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Full text of "Annual report of the Town of Ossipee, New Hampshire"

Town of Ossipee 
New Hampshire 




2010 



SELECTMEN OF OSSIPEE 

Harry C. Merrow 

E. Morton Leavitt 

Kathleen M. Maloney 

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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Of the Town Officers 



OSSIPEE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 





Tax Rates 








$14.99 per $1,000 








Ratio- 109.9% 








Center 


West 


Ossipee 




Ossipee 


Ossipee 


Corner 


Town 


5.78 5.78 


5.78 


5.78 


County 


1.07 1.07 


1.07 


1.07 


Town School 


5.77 5.77 


5.77 


5.77 


State School 


2.37 2.37 


2.37 


2.37 


Fire Precinct 


1.20 


3.05 


1.77 


Total 


14.99 16.19 


18.04 


16.76 



For the Fiscal Year Ending 

December 31,2010 
Vital Statistics for 201 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Auditor's Report 3q 

Budget 2010 31 

Center Ossipee Fire Department gO 

Citizen of the Year 5 

Conservation Commission ^^ 

Dedication 3 

Dog Officer 52 

Election Minutes 26 

Employee of the Year 4 

Executive Councilor Report 57 

Fire Warden's Report 83 

Governor Wentworth School District g5 

Highway Report 79 

Historical Society Report 59 

Inventory of Valuations 35 

Lakes Region Planning Commission 54 

Library Report 55 

Medstar/Lifestar Report 54 

Minutes of 2010 12 

Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council 55 

Old Home Week Commitee 59 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens Report 72 

Ossipee Lake Dam Authority 75 

Ossipee Corner Fire Department 82 

Ossipee Economic Development 45 

Ossipee Main Street Program 48 

Planning Board Report 5I 

Police Department Report 49 

Recreation Director's Report 70 

Selectmen's Report 47 

Statement of Appropriations 40 

Tax Collector's Report 37 

Town Clerk's Report 45 

Town Officers 7 

Transfer and Recycling Station 78 

Treasurer's Report 44 

Tri County Community Action 58 

Trustees Trust Fund Report 42 

Vital Statistics 87 

VNA-Hospice 74 

Warrant 201 1 (Green) 91 

Water and Sewer Commission 77 

Welfare Report 76 

West Ossipee Fire Department 84 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 62 

Zoning Enforcement Officer 53 



DEDICATION 2010 




(L to R) Ken Richey, Rodney A. White, Sr; Bill Jones, and Warren Vittum 



The Rodney A. White, Sr. V.F.W. Post #8270 and Ladies' Auxiliary are 
celebrating their 30th Anniversary year! The Veterans' of Foreign Wars groups often 
go unnoticed to the average person, but the organization performs many duties 
which are important to a community such as Ossipee, and our surrounding towns. 

Many functions of community involvement and patriotic activities have 
taken place since the inception of the V.F.W. This Veteran's organization holds a 
Bicycle Safety Program, helps with a Fishing Derby at the Mill Pond, has an Essay 
Contest in the schools, and holds Memorial Day and Veteran's Day services at the 
Town FHall for all to enjoy. The V.F.W. provides for proper disposal of our American 
Flags on Flag Day. A fundraising effort, known as the Buddy Poppy Drive, is one of 
the favorite events. You may have seen many of the V.F.W. members carrying the 
Colors in parades. One of the most important duties the V.F.W. partakes in is to 
support Veteran's FHospitals and give many donations to our veterans and veterans 
aid programs each year. The members all work hard for America's veterans each 
day. Our veterans are counting on us. 

The Post and Auxiliary members may choose to attend the many District 
and State meetings. Some of the members take a more quiet approach, and simply 
join in order to support the organization with their yearly dues. Spring marks a 
season of new beginnings and with it, the V.F.W. has hope for sharing the excitement 
with new members and officers. 

For more information about joining the local V.F.W. Post, please contact 
Commander Al Levesque at 539-9078. For more information regarding the Ladies' 
Auxiliary, please contact President Linda White at 539-6322. 

We are proud to dedicate this year's Town Report to the Rodney A. White, 
Sr. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #8270 and its' Ladies' Auxiliary. 



Employee of the Year 2009 




Yvonne Fisher 



The Ossipee "Employee of the Year" for the year 2009 is bestowed upon Yvonne 
Fisher with great pride and appreciation. 

Yvonne started her employment working at the Library in April of 1995. She 
was hired as a part-time employee and later promoted to the position of Librarian. 
Yvonne has taken part in many changes at the Library. Many new and exciting 
additional services have been added since Yvonne's arrival at the Library. 

Yvonne is a busy and active member in the community. Her children and 
grandchildren keep her busy. Yvonne is very much a part of the Moultonville 
Methodist Church and its activities. 

Some of her many hobbies include gardening, quilting, knitting and crocheting. 
It is with great pride and pleasure that we, the Board of Selectmen, Town Employees, 
and our Townspeople honor Yvonne Fisher with the award of "Employee of the Year 
for 2009". 



Citizen of the Year 2010 




Natalie Peterson 



Natalie J. Peterson is a unique individual. Her influence extends into many 
areas - not only locally, but nationally as well. Her interests are varied. She has 
taught at several levels, a coach, a writer of books and articles, an experienced 
photographer, and sports enthusiast. 

Locally, she collects stuffed bears for Police Departments to distribute to 
children in cases of domestic violence. She was a prime-mover in the formation of 
Carroll County Mental Health, and has served as a Trustee of the Ossipee Public 
Library, in addition, Natalie is currently Chairperson of the Ossipee Historical 
Society. 

Her writings include articles in the local newspaper, research on a variety of 
coastal lighthouses, and histories of criminal cases that have taken place within the 
area. 



In a larger sense, she was an integral part of the advancement of women's 
NCAA sports in a successful effort to add balanced opportunities in athletics. 

The above information is by no means complete, yet impressive as it stands. 
She is passionate about all that she undertakes. Because she has made such a 
positive mark on our residents and beyond, Natalie J. Peterson of Ossipee, New 
Hampshire has been selected as ''Citizen of the Year" for 2010. 



DEDICATED TO OSSIPEE SELECTMEN 
Who Served from 1900-2010 



Newell P. Sias 


1900-1902 


Harry M. Leavitt 


1943-1946 


Dana J. Brown 


1900-1904 


R. Grant Kramer 


1945-1948 


Orodon P. Hobbs 


1900-1904 


Lester G. Buswell 


1947-1948 


Levi W. Brown 


1903-1905 


George E. Pearson 


1948-1949 


Charles A. White 


1905-1906 


Richard E. Brown 


1948-1949 


L.E. Moulton 


1905-1906 


Earl T Merrow 


1949-1950 


Thomas Nute 


1906-1906 


Murray E. Gate 


1949-1951 


Herbert W. Hobbs 


1907-1908 


Albert P Ballard 


1949-1951 


Charles A. Wiggin 


1907-1908 


Harold C. Neal 


1951-1964 


Newell P Sias 


1907-1909 


RollandW. Lord 


1951-1969 


Mark H. Winkley 


1909-1910 


Douglas McFarlane 


1951-1971 


Joseph W. Chamberlain 


1909-1910 


Henry Wagenfeld, Jr. 


1965-1967 


Charles Thompson 


1911-1912 


Edward Hickey 


1968-1970 


Newell P. Sias 


1911-1913 


E. Morton Leavitt 


1970-1973 


Herbert W. Hobbs 


1912-1913 


Roger H. Busch 


1971-1979 


Fred W. Hurn 


1912-1913 


David Helme 


1972-1974 


Bartley A. Carleton 


1914-1914 


Edwin P. Brownell 


1973-1975 


Dana j. Brown 


1914-1916 


Bruce Rines 


1975-1977 


Orodon P Hobbs 


1914-1916 


Douglas Meader 


1976-1981 


Charles E. Smart 


1915-1919 


Franklin R. Riley 


1978-1980 


Howard E. Young 


1915-1919 


William K. Malay 


1980-1981 


Ervin W. Hodsdon 


1915-1920 


Wendell S.Thompson 


1981-1986 


Walter S. Hodsdon 


1920-1920 


David Helme 


1982-1982 


John W. Pike 


1920-1922 


Warren F. Witherell 


1982-1984 


George B. Reed 


1921-1922 


Ralph C. Eldridge 


1983-1990 


Walter L. Robinson 


1921-1923 


Maurice E. Bishop 


1985-1986 


Walter S. Welch 


1922-1924 


R. Christopher Templeton 


1986-1988 


Charles E. Smart 


1922-1925 


Natalie Hall 


1987-1989 


Newell P. Sias 


1923-1926 


Douglas Meader 


1989-1990 


Perley O. Nichols 


1924-1927 


John E. Fogarty, III 


1990-1992 


William H. Pascoe 


1925-1928 


Wayne K. Aleska 


1991-1993 


Harry P. Smart 


1926-1938 


John P Picard 


1991-1994 


Arthur L. Mason 


1927-1930 


Joseph G. Skehan, Jr. 


1993-1998 


Sidney L. Perkins 


1928-1934 


Patricia H. Jones 


1994-1999 


Perley O. Nichols 


1930-1933 


Sandra P Martin 


1995-1997 


Lisle O. Moulton 


1933-1936 


Harry C. Merrow 


1998-2007 


Charles Thompson 


1934-1937 


Sandra P. Martin 


1999-2001 


Edward G. Coughlin 


1936-1942 


Peter A. Oikkola 


2000-2009 


Perley Loud 


1937-1938 


Joseph G. Chromy 


2002-2005 


Lester G. Buswell 


1938-1940 


Joseph G. Skehan, Jr. 


2005-2008 


George L. Campbell 


1938-1941 


Kathleen M. Maloney 


2007- 


Clyde B. Drinkwater 


1940-1948 


Harry C. Merrow 


2008- 


Charles F. Meloon 


1941-1943 


E. Morton Leavitt 


2009- 


Harry P. Smart 


1943-1944 







2010 ELECTED TOWN OFFICERS 



Three Member Board of Selectmen 



Harry C. Merrow 
E. Morton Leavitt 
Kathleen M. Maloney 



Katy Meserve 



Moderator 



Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2013 



Term Expires 3/2012 



Natalie V. Hall 

Rebecca Thurston, Deputy 



Treasurer 



Term Expires 3/2012 



Town Clerk / Tax Collector 



Kellie J. Skehan 

Patricia A. Hodge, Deputy 



Term Expires 3/2013 



Three Member Board of Trustees of Trust Funds 

Renee Nardello Term Expires 3/2011 

June C. Loud Term Expires 3/2012 

Pamela Sullivan, Chm. Term Expires 3/2013 



Three Member Board of Cemetery Trustees 



Natalie Peterson, write-in 
David Hodsdon 
Stephen P. Capone 



Five Member Board of Library Trustees 



Rachel Ward 
Elizabeth S. Rouner 
Georgie Duquet 
Raymond C. Wright, 
Susan Day 
Richard Ziegler, Alt 



Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2013 



Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2013 



Term Expires 3/2011 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2012 



Six Member Budget Committee 

Robert W. Morin 
Donna E. Sargent 
Belinda W. Cullen, Chm. 
Scott McDonald, Res. 
Richard Morgan 
C.J. "Ski" Kwiatkowski Term Expires 3/2013 

Alice J. ter Kuile Term Expires 3/201 3 

Fire Reps: Roland Millette, West Ossipee; Robert Freeman, Ctr. Ossipee; Lynne 
Elaine Parker, Ossipee. Harry C. Merrow, Selectmen's Rep. 



Three Member Supervisors of the Checklist 

Jane Goodwin Term Expires 3/2012 

Cynthia N. Granahan Term Expires 3/2014 

Janice L. Tully, Chm. Term Expires 3/2016 



Seven Member Planning Board 

William Grover 

C.J. "Ski" Kwiatkowski 

Roy Barron 

Brett Patrick Gushing 

Roger ter Kuile 

Condict M. Billings 

Robert E. Gillette, Alt. 

Carol Gartland, Selectmen's Rep. 

Patricia H. Jones, Secretary 



Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2013 
Term Expires 3/2013 



Three Member Water/Sewer Commission 



Elliott A. Harris, Jr. 
L. Randy Lyman, Chm. 
June C. Loud 



Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2013 



Five Member Zoning Board of Adjustment 



David L. Babson, Jr. 
Jonathan D. Brown 
Jean Marie Simpson, Chm. 
Scott McDonald, Res. 

Bruce Parsons 
Stanley Brothers 



Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/201 1 
Term Expires 3/2012 
Term Expires 3/2012 

Term Expires 3/2013 



Leonard Shurtleff, Alt. 
Lisa Hinckley, Alt. 
Patricia H. Jones, Secretary 



APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 



Town Administrator 

Martha B. Eldridge 

Board of Health 

Martha B. Eldridge - David A. Senecal 

Boat Tax Collectors 

Ward's Boat Shop - Expo North 

Chief of Police 
Donald F. Grow 

Seven Member Appointed Conservation Commission 

Ralph Buchanan, Jr Term Expires 3/201 1 

Andrew K. Northrop Term Expires 3/201 1 

Jean Hansen Term Expires 3/201 1 

Elizabeth R. Gillette, Chm. Term Expires 3/2012 

Warren F. Walker, Jr., V. Chm. Term Expires 3/2012 

Robert G. Pratt Term Expires 3/2013 

Kevin Houle Term Expires 3/2013 
Patricia H. Jones, Secretary 

Ossipee Dam Authority 

Harry C. Merrow, Selectmen's Rep. - John P. Picard, Chm. 

Dog Warden 

Wendy Clough, Appt. 
Call 539-2011 

Emergency Management 

Bradley W. Eldridge - Dana Cullen, Jr., Assistant 



Fire Department Chiefs 

Michael Brownell - Center Ossipee 

Adam T. Riley - Ossipee 
Bradley W. Eldridge - West Ossipee 

Forest Fire Warden 

Adam T. Riley 

Highway Foreman 

Timothy Eldridge 

Lakes Region Planning 

Patricia H. Jones 

Librarian 

Yvonne Fisher 

Main Street Program 

Scott A. Merrow - Director 

Mt. Washington Valley Economic Council 

Patricia H. Jones, Board Member 
Donna E. Sargent - Town Representative 

Ossipee Recreation Department 

Peter J. Waugh, Director 
Jason B. Hanken, Asst. Director 

Public Works Director 

Norris "Brad" Harriman 

Welfare Director 

Sandra "Sam" Martin 

Zoning Enforcement Officer 

David A. Seneca! 



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STATE AND FEDERAL OFFICIALS 2010 



Ossipee State Representatives 

Mark McConkey 

John E. Roberts 

Susan Wiley 



President 

Barack Obama 



Vice President 

Joseph Biden 



Senate 

Judd Gregg 
Jeanne Shaheen 



Governor 

John H. Lynch 



Executive Council District 1 

Raymond S. Burton 



Secretary of State 

William M. Gardner 



District 3 Senator 

Jeb Bradley 



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Town of Ossipee - Annual Town Meeting 

Abridged Minutes 

March 10,2010 

Moderator Katy Meserve opened the Town Meeting at 6:30 pm; she then 
proceeded with the Pledge of Allegiance. Moderator Meserve then introduced Rev. 
Waugh, who did the invocation. Moderator Meserve thanked all the staff for setting 
up for the Elections of the Town Officers held yesterday, March 9, 2010 and for the 
set-up for the Town Meeting tonight. 

Moderator Meserve then announced that the newly elected officers will be 
sworn in on Monday, March 15, at 5:30 pm at the Town Hall. 

Moderator Meserve then explained that everyone should have received a 
voting packet, with a sheet of guidelines, a voting card, ballot slip and a Town 
Report. It was also announced that if you do not have a voting card you cannot vote 
or address this body. Should you find any corrections or omissions please let Kellie 
Skehan know. Anyone who is not a registered voter in town will not be able to 
speak or vote on any motion. If such a person is attending they may appeal to the 
Moderator, who will ask if anyone objects, upon hearing no objections the body will 
be polled. 

Moderator Meserve then asked if there was anyone in attendance that would 
like to speak. Jen Berkowitz asked to speak on the School's Out Program in Article 
#5. There were no objections to Jen speaking on this article. Andy Johnson asked to 
speak for Life Bridge - Mentoring also in Article #5. There were no objections for 
Andy to speak on this article. 

Moderator Meserve made the introductions: Kellie Skehan - Town Clerk/Tax 
Collector, Harry Merrow - Selectman, Kathleen Maloney - Selectman, E. Morton 
Leavitt- Selectman, Martha Eldridge -Town Administrator, Brad Harriman - Public 
Works Director and Town Council - Jennifer Haskill. Moderator Meserve turned the 
mic over to Donna Sargent, who then introduced the Budget Committee: Robert 
Morin, Jane ter Kuile, Roland Millette -WO Precinct; Jean Simpson - CO Precinct. 
Moderator Meserve then introduced Dave Senecal, the Zoning Enforcement Officer. 

Moderator Meserve made the announcement that you need to go to a mic and 
announce your full name, if you wish to speak on an article. You do not have to use 
the mic if you wish to make a motion or second a motion. As far as amendments 
go, we will deal with article #5 which is a little unique because of each line item. 
We will deal with each line item as we go along and each line item may have an 
amendment. There are no amendments to amendments, and there will be no 
amendments to an article that would change the meaning of the warrant articles 



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intent. A motion to restrict reconsideration on any article will only be accepted after 

the vote and anytime thereafter during the meeting. A motion that is non-debatable, 

like to call the question or to lay a motion aside, will require a 2/3 majority vote. 

We will not debate this; we will only vote and will need 2/3 majority vote. No 

motion to pass over an article will be accepted, but a motion to postpone 

indefinitely is acceptable and will need to be discussed and a majority vote will be 

needed. There will be no voice votes unless ordered by the Moderator prior to the 

vote. If there is any article that needs to be voted on by secret ballot, which we have 

at least one, the Moderator will explain this procedure at that time. If the Moderator 

wishes to vote she will and it does not require a tie for her to vote. There were no 

questions on procedures. 

The election results for the School Ballot for the Town of Ossipee was read as 

follows: 

School Board Member from Effingham: Diane Drelick 250 votes, William Piekut 

120 votes. 

School Board Member from Ossipee: James Rines 460 votes. 

School Board Member- At- Large: Donald Meader 431 votes. 

Moderator: Randy Walker 385 votes. 



Article #11 


YES 


316 


NO 


155 


Article #111 


YES 


316 


NO 


150 


Article #IV 


YES 


360 


NO 


97 


Article #V 


YES 


353 


NO 


99 


Article #VI 


YES 


334 


NO 


124 


Article #VII 


YES 


303 


NO 


139 



The overall vote for the school ballot, was read as follows: 

Diane Drelick 1856 

William Piekut 793 

James Rines, Donald Meader and Randy Walker were uncontested and took their 

races. 

Article #11 YES 2656 NO 893 

Article #11! YES 2664 NO 861 

Article #IV YES 2949 NO 564 

Article #V YES 2929 NO 561 

Article #VI YES 2740 NO 744 

Article #VII YES 2580 NO 838 

All of the school articles passed in the district as well as in the town. 



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Moderator Meserve went on and read the results of the Town Elections as follows: 



Selectmen , 


3 Years 


Kathleen M. Maloney 


254 






Richard Morgan 


250 


Moderator 


2 Years 


Katy Meserve 


443 


Town Clerk/Tax Collector 


3 Years 


Kellie J. Skehan 


480 


Trustee of the Trust Funds 


3 Years 


Pamela Sullivan 


416 


Library Trustee 


3 Years 


Susan Day 


431 


Library Trustee 


1 Year 


Rachel Ward 


458 


Cemetery Trustee 


3 Years 


Stephen P. Capone 


417 


Budget Committee Member 


3 Years 


C.J. "Ski" Kwiatkowski 


283 


Budget Committee Member 


3 Years 


Alice Jane ter Kuile 


330 


Supervisor of the Checklist 


6 Years 


Janice L. Tully 


430 


Planning Board Member 


3 Years 


Roger M. ter Kuile 


307 


Planning Board Member 


3 Years 


Condict M. Billings 


339 


Planning Board Member 


1 Year 


C.J. "Ski" Kwiatkowski 


352 


Water/Sewer Commissioner 


3 Years 


June C. Loud 


449 


Zoning Board of Adjustment Member 






Write-in 


3 Years 


Stanley Brothers 


5 



Article #2 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 1 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 1 proposes to add a new section to the Zoning Ordinance to 
allow small wind energy systems (windmills, etc.) in appropriate locations, while 
protecting the public's health, safety and welfare? (Majority vote required) 

PASSED YES 388 NO 71 

Article #3 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 2 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 2 proposes a number of changes to the floodplain regulations 
section in the Zoning Ordinance to bring the floodplain regulations into compliance 
with the National Flood Insurance program? (Majority vote required) 

PASSED YES 359 NO 103 

Article #4 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 3 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 



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Amendment Number 3 proposes to eliminate the need for a building or zoning 
permit for projects whose material value is less than $2,500.00 (the current 
threshold for requiring a building permit is $1,000.00)? (Majority vote required) 

PASSED YES 375 NO 91 

Article #5 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the budget 
committee recommended sum of four million eight hundred ten thousand six 
hundred forty-eight dollars ($4,810,648.00) for general municipal operation. 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen) (Majority vote required) 

ACCOUNT NAME 201 Selectmen 201 Budget Comm. 2009 Budget 

Conservation Agent $300.00 $300.00 $500.00 

Selectmen's Salary $15,200.00 $15,200.00 $15,200.00 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector $229,583.00 $229,583.00 $218,565.00 

Elections $6,506.00 $6,506.00 $4,170.00 

Registration $8,941.00 $8,941.00 $3,866.00 

Treasurer $8,774.00 $8,774.00 $8,774.00 

Selectmen's Office $383,944.00 $383,944.00 $346,926.00 

Economic Development $550.00 $550.00 $550.00 

Ossipee Lake Dam Auth. $7,454.00 $7,454.00 $7,327.00 

Legal $35,000.00 $35,000.00 $35,000.00 

Planning Board $15,423.00 $15,423.00 $27,675.00 

ZBA $3,828.00 $3,828.00 $3,827.00 

Government Buildings $146,980.00 $146,980.00 $148,300.00 

Trustee of Trust Funds $5,978.00 $5,978.00 $4,806.00 

Cemeteries $25,864.00 $25,864.00 $19,745.00 

Insurance $115,823.00 $115,823.00 $106,673.00 

Police Department $801,407.00 $801,407.00 $737,913.00 

Police Special Duty $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00 

Dog Officer $12,351.00 $12,351.00 $11,647.00 

Firewarden $20,400.00 $20,400.00 $20,400.00 

Zoning Officer $75,681.00 $75,681.00 $74,559.00 

Highway $1,092,853.00 $1,092,853.00 $1,063,340.00 

Public Works Director $92,461.00 $92,461.00 $89,439.00 

Street Lighting $0.00 $0.00 $2,600.00 

Incinerator $439,398.00 $439,398.00 $462,203.00 



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ACCOUNT NAME 201 Selectmen 201 Budget Comm. 2009 Budget 

Health Agencies 

OCC $18,000.00 $18,000.00 $18,000.00 

WolfeboroVNA $15,612.00 $15,612.00 $12,295.00 

Northern Human Services $4,425.00 $4,425.00 $4,425.00 

CAP $12,000.00 $12,000.00 $12,000.00 

White Mt. Comm. Health $4,304.00 $4,304.00 $4,489.00 

Ossipee Children's Fund $1 7,500.00 $1 7,500.00 $1 7,500.00 

Starting Point $2,644.00 $2,644.00 $2,624.00 

School's Out Program $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $2,500.00 

Ossipee Preschool $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 
Appalachian Mtn. 

Teen Project $1,200.00 $1,200.00 $1,200.00 

Agape Food Pantry $7,000.00 $7,000.00 $7,000.00 

Medication Bridge $981.00 $981.00 $355.00 

Ossipee Historical Society $4,000.00 $4,000.00 $4,000.00 

Carroll County Transit $3,000.00 $3,000.00 

Life Bridge - Mentoring $5,000.00 $5,000.00 

OCC Day Care $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 

Ambulance $205,296.00 $205,296.00 $197,400.00 

Emergency Management $0.00 $0.00 $5,000.00 

General Assistance $45,434.00 $45,434.00 $44,591.00 

Recreation $200,205.00 $200,205.00 $184,948.00 

Library $202,543.00 $202,543.00 $208,367.00 

Patriotic Purposes $1,672.00 $1,672.00 $245.00 

Conservation Commission $6,277.00 $6,277.00 $6,277.00 

Long Term Debt-Principle $93,037.00 $93,037.00 $93,372.00 

Long Term Debt-Interest $12,488.00 $12,488.00 $8,805.00 

Interest on Line of Credit $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00 

Water $214,415.00 $214,415.00 $226,121.00 

Sewer $152,916.00 $152,916.00 $208,208.00 

TOTAL $4,810,648.00 $4,810,648.00 $4,717,227.00 

Conservation Agent, for $300.00, Passed as Read 
Selectmen's Salary, for $15,200.00, Passed as Read 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector, for $229,583.00, Passed as Read 
Elections, $6,506.00, Passed as Read 



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Registration, $8,941.00, Passed as Read 

Treasurer, $8,774.00, Passed as Read 

Selectmen's Office, $383,944.00, Passed as Amended $394,944.00 

Economic Development, $550.00, Passed as Read 

Ossipee Lake Dam Authority, $7,454.00, Passed as Read 

Legal, $35,000.00, Passed as Read 

Planning Board, $15,423.00, Passed as Read 

ZBA, $3,828.00, Passed as Read 

Government Buildings, $146,980.00, Passed as Read 

Trustee of Trust Funds, $5,978.00, Passed as Read 

Cemeteries, $25,864.00, Passed as Read 

Insurance, $1 15,823.00, Passed as Read 

Police Department, $801,407.00, Passed as Read 

Police Special Duty, $25,000.00, Passed as Read 

Dog Officer, $12,351.00, Passed as Read 

Firewarden, $20,400.00, Passed as Read 

Zoning Officer, $75,681 .00, Passed as Read 

Highway, $1,092,853.00, Passed as Read 

Public Works Director, $92,461.00, Passed as Read 

Street Lighting, $0.00, Passed as Read 

Incinerator, $439,398.00, Passed as Read 

Health Agencies 

OCC, $18,000.00, Passed as Read 
Wolfeboro VNA, $15,612.00, Passed as Read 
Northern Human Services, $4,425.00, Passed as Read 
CAP, $12,000.00, Passed as Read 
White Mt. Comm. Hith., $4,304.00, Passed as Read 
Ossipee Children's Fund, $1 7,500.00, Passed as Read 
Starting Point, $2,644.00, Passed as Read 
School's Out Program, $2,500.00, Passed as Read 
Ossipee Preschool, $1,500.00, Passed as Read 
Appalachian Mtn. Teen Proj., $1,200.00, Passed as Read 
Agape Food Pantry, $7,000.00, Passed as Read 
Medication Bridge, $981 .00, Passed as Read 
Ossipee Historical Society, $4,000.00, Passed as Read 
Carroll County Transit, $3,000.00, Passed as Read 
Life Bridge - Mentoring, $5,000.00, Passed as Read 
OCC Day Care, $2,000.00, Passed as Read 



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Ambulance, $205,296.00, Passed as Read 
Emergency Management, $0.00, Passed as Read 
General Assistance, $45,434.00, Passed as Read 
Recreation, $200,205.00, Passed as Amended $206,390.00. 
Library, $202,543.00, Passed as Read 
Patriotic Purposes, $1,672.00, Passed as Read 
Conservation Commission, $6,277.00, Passed as Read 
Long Term Debt-Principle, $93,037.00, Passed as Read 
Long Term Debt-Interest, $12,488.00, Passed as Read 
Interest on Line of Credit, $5,000.00, Passed as Read 
Water, $214,415.00, Passed as Read 
Sewer, $152,916.00, Passed as Read 

The new total for Article #5 with the two amendments is $4,826,833.00. Moderator 
Meserve asked for a motion and a second, after receiving both she asked if there 
were any other questions. No further discussion, moved to vote, this passed as 
amended. 

Harry Merrow asked that we do not reconsider this article. There is a motion 
on the floor not to reconsider this article, there is a second, moved to vote, and this 
passed. 

Article #6 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000.00) for the repair and improvement of 
Town Roads. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #7 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
thousand dollars ($30,000.00) to be added to the Highway Department's Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #8 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) to be added to the Highway Department's Building 



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Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and Seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #9 To see if the Town will vote to approve the establishment of an 
expendable trust fund under the provisions of RSA 31:19-a, to be known as the 
Bridge Replacement and/or Repair Fund for the purpose of future bridge 
replacement and repairs and vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
thousand dollars ($30,000.00) to be added to this fund, and to appoint the Board of 
Selectmen as agents to expend. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended 
by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #10 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty 
nine thousand eight hundred ninety dollars ($69,890.00) for the reconstruction of 
Chapel Road Bridge. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #11 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred forty eight thousand three hundred seventy six dollars ($148,376.00) for 
the purchase of a new Town Truck. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #12 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) for equipment, repairs, and improvements to the 
Town Recreation Department and/or facilities. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 



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Article #13 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty- 
three thousand two hundred seventy dollars ($63,270.00) for the purpose of paying 
the Ossipee Water System's bond payment for (1) year. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Harry Merrow made a motion that we do not reconsider articles 6-13. Moderator 
Meserve asked for a second. It was moved and seconded not to reconsider articles 
6-13. Motion passes. 

Article #14 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand one hundred dollars ($10,100.00) for the purpose of replacing the posts 
and other items necessary on the elevated walkways on the hiking trail system at 
Constitution Park. This sum would be coming from an anticipated grant from the 
New Hampshire Recreational Trails Grant. No money to be raised by taxation. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #15 To see if the Town will vote to approve the establishment of an 
expendable trust fund under the provisions of RSA 31 :1 9-a, to be known as the One 
Moultonville Road Property Expendable Trust Fund for the purpose of improvements 
to the land and building located at One Moultonville Road and vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) to be added to this fund, 
and to appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to expend. This sum to come from 
fund balance (surplus) and no amount to be raised from taxation. (Recommended 
by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote 
required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #1 6 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of seventy 
eight thousand dollars ($78,000.00) to be added to the Capital Reserve Account 



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pre\iously established for the purpose of a complete revaluation of the Town in the 
year 2010. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #17 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum cost of 
thirty-two thousand three hundred one dollars ($32,301.00) to purchase a police 
cruiser and equipment. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by 
Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #18 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000.00) to be added to the Benefit Pay Capital Reserve 
Account previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended 
by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #19 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
thousand dollars ($5,000.00) to be placed in the expendable trust fund (Species 
Control Fund) created in 2004 for the purpose of preventing and treating milfoil in 
Ossipee Lake. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #20 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500.00) to be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established (for the purpose of purchasing fire apparatus for the Forest 
Fire Warden's Department), and to appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to 
expend. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 
6-0) (Majority vote required) 



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Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #21 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six 
thousand five hundred dollars ($6,500.00) for the local Main Street Program. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee (5-1 
abstained) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #22 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
thousand seven hundred dollars ($1,700.00) for the purpose of authorizing the 
expenditure of a grant already received from the New Hampshire State 
Conservation Committee for the Town Beach on Duncan Lake Erosion Control 
Project. No money for this purpose will be raised by taxation. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #23 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
hundred dollars ($500.00) for the purpose of authorizing the expenditure of an 
anticipated grant received from the Green Mountain Conservation Group for the 
Town Beach on Duncan Lake Erosion Control Project. No money will be raised by 
taxation. If the grant is not awarded, the money will not be spent. (Recommended 
by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 5-1) (Majority vote 
required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #24 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty- 
two thousand dollars ($42,000,00) for the purpose of making improvements to town 
buildings ( i.e. shingle the Town Hall roof, seal the cupola, repair siding, carpet three 
offices, security alarm for the One Moultonville Road building). (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 



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Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #25 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
thousand five hundred dollars ($5,500.00) for upgrading of the computer systems 
throughout the town departments and for the installation of a tax map program. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #26 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 

thousand dollars ($20,000.00) for the purpose of purchasing and installing a new 

gate at the Big Dan Hole Dam. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended 

by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Ralph Brownell asked what kind of gate this will be. 

Brad Harriman explained the gate is to keep the water in Big Dan Hole Dam. No 

further discussion. 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #27 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
two thousand dollars ($32,000.00) for the purpose of authorizing the expenditure of 
an anticipated grant received from the State of New Hampshire Department of 
Health and Human Services- Division of Children, Youth & Families Incentive Fund 
Grant. This funding is for teen programming. No money for this purpose will be 
raised by taxation. If the grant is not awarded the money will not be spent. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #28 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of four 
thousand nine hundred eleven dollars ($4,911.00) to purchase new computers for 
the Town ClerkyTax Collector's Office. Two thousand two hundred eleven dollars 
($2,211.00) will be withdrawn from the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Computer 



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Expendable Trust Fund previously established. The balance of two thousand seven 
hundred dollars ($2,700.00) will be raised through taxation. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #29 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of six 
thousand sixteen dollars ($6,01 6.00) for signage for five different locations entering 
Ossipee. (Recommended by Selectmen 2-1) (Recommended by Budget Committee 
6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Article #30 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
thousand dollars ($3,000.00) for the purpose of doing an archeology study. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Moved and seconded 
Passed as read 

Kim Altomare asked that we do not reconsider the previous articles. Harry Merrow 
asked if this is for this article or the entire articles from article 13. Moderator 
Meserve stated that it is for all previous articles 5 through 30. This was moved and 
seconded. This passed. 

Article #31 (By Petition) To see if the Town will vote to approve the following 
resolution to be forwarded to our State Representative(s), our State Senator, the 
Speaker of the House, and the Senate President. Resolved: The citizens of New 
Hampshire should be allowed to vote on an amendment to the New Hampshire 
Constitution that defines "marriage". (Not Recommended by Selectmen 0-3) 
(Majority vote required) 

YES 43 NO 53 
This article failed 



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Article #32 To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers thereof. 

Mr. Babson asked if this is the time to bring up something that is not old or new. 
Moderator Meserve said yes. Mr. Babson asked if next year if we could get the Town 
Report a little earlier. Mr. Merrow said that they would like to have them earlier also. 
We will do our best next year to get them out earlier. No further discussion or 
requests, Moderator Meserve called the meeting adjourned. 

Meeting was adjourned at 9:20 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kellie J. Skehan 
Town Clerk 



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Town of Ossipee 

Election Minutes 

March 09, 2010 

1 0:00 am - 7:00 pm 

Moderator, Katy Meserve, opened the meeting at 10:00 am. The 
Moderator started with the Pledge of Allegiance and was followed by the invocation 
by Rev. Waugh. Both the town and school ballot box containers were displayed to 
show that they were empty. 

The polls were opened with a steady line of people for the first hour. The 
rest of the day we had no large lines and seemed very quite. 

At 1:00 pm we started with the Absentee Ballots and finished up around 
2:00 pm. We had 30 Absentee Ballot requests and received 26 back to process. 

Moderator, Katy Meserve, closed the polls at 7:00 pm, and the clerks 
started totaling the tally. The Moderator read the unofficial results of the school 
ballots. We then went over the results of the town ballots, after going through the 
write-in votes, it was determined that there was no write-ins for either one in the 
selectman's race. Moderator Meserve read the results of the town ballot and 
explained about the recount procedures, because in the selectman's race there was 
only a 4 vote spread. We were finished by 8:30. 

Article #1 The following Town Officers for the ensuing year were elected March 9, 
2010 as follows: 



Selectman 

Moderator 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 

Trustee of the Trust Funds 

Library Trustee 

Library Trustee 

Cemetery Trustee 

Budget Committee Member 

Budget Committee Member 

Supervisor of the Checklist 

Planning Board Member 

Planning Board Member 

Planning Board Member 

Water/Sewer Commissioner 



3 Years 

2 Years 

3 Years 
3 Years 
3 Years 
1 Year 
3 Years 
3 Years 
3 Years 
6 Years 
3 Years 
3 Years 
1 Year 
3 Years 



Kathleen M. Maloney 
Katy Meserve 
Kellie J. Skehan 
Pamela Sullivan 
Susan Day 
Rachel Ward 
Stephen P. Capone 
C.J. "Ski" Kwiatkowski 
Alice Jane ter Kuile 
Janice Tully 
Roger M. ter Kuile 
Condict M. Billings 
C.J. "Ski" Kwiatkowski 
June C. Loud 



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We had 1 write-in Candidate for Zoning Board of Adjustment 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 3 Years Stanley Brothers 

Article #2 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 1 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 1 proposes to add a new section to the Zoning Ordinance to 
allow small wind energy systems (windmills, etc.) in appropriate locations, while 
protecting the public's health, safety and welfare? (Majority vote required) 



PASSED 



YES 388 



NO 17 



Article #3 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 2 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 2 proposes a number of changes to the floodplain regulations 
section in the Zoning Ordinance to bring the floodplain regulations into compliance 
with the National Flood Insurance program? (Majority vote required) 



PASSED 



YES 359 



NO 103 



Article #4 Are you in favor of the adoption of the Amendment Number 3 as 
proposed by the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 
Amendment Number 3 proposes to eliminate the need for a building or zoning 
permit for projects whose material value is less than $2,500.00 (the current 
threshold for requiring a building permit is $1,000.00)? (Majority vote required) 



PASSED 



YES 375 



NO 91 



Respectfully submitted, 
Kellie J. Skehan 
Town Clerk 

Ballot Clerks: Natalie V. Hall, Erin Skehan, Karen Thurber, Linda White, Mary Ann 
Hartford, Alice Jane ter Kuile, and Denise Frappier. 



Ballots Cast: 




Registered Voters: 


Regular 


498 


Republican 979 


Absentee 


26 


Democrat 570 


Total 


524 


Undeclared 1454 
Total 3003 



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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

Minutes 

September 14, 2010 

State Primary Election 

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM 

The State Primary Election was called to order at 8:00 am by Moderator Katy 
Meserve, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Caroline DeAngelis offered the 
invocation. Moderator Meserve then displayed the empty ballot box and relocked 
all the doors. Moderator Meserve then announced that the absentee ballots would 
be opened at 1:00 pm. The polls were opened with a small line of voters. We 
averaged about 60 voters an hour for most of the day. We began processing the 36 
absentee ballots and were done around 2:30 pm. Moderator Meserve had to leave 
at 3:30 pm and Patricia A. Hodge, Moderator Pro Tern, took over at that time. 
Moderator ProTem Hodge closed the polls at 7:00 pm. We then printed the results 
from the Accu Vote Machine and Moderator Pro Tem Hodge read the results as 
unofficial to the audience. We finished up around 12:00 am and faxed the results 
to the people whom requested them. We had Patricia A. Hodge and Martha 
Eldridge fill in as Moderator ProTem throughout the day. 

The ballot clerks were Natalie V. Hall, Karen Thurber, Linda White, Mary Ann 
Hartford, Alice jane ter Kuile, and Denise Frappier. The Town Clerk/Tax Collector's 
office remained open and was staffed by Tracy Cragin, so that the office did not need 
to close. Selectmen Kathleen Maloney and E. Morton Leavitt were in the building 
throughout the day to offer any assistance as needed. Selectman Harry Merrow was 
unable to help out, as he was on the ballot. The Supervisors of the Checklist were 
Janice Tully, Jane Goodwin, and Cynthia Granahan. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kellie j. Skehan 
Town Clerk 



Registered Voters: Republicans 
Democrats 
Undeclared 
SUBTOTAL 
Election Day Registrations 
TOTAL 



976 


Ballots Cast 


722 


569 


Absentee 


36 


1459 


Total Cast 


758 


3004 






27 


Republican Ballots Cast 


617 


3031 


Democratic Ballots Cast 


141 



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TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

Minutes 

November 1, 2010 

General Election 

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM 

The General Election was called to order at 8:00 am by Moderator Katy 
Meserve, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Rev. James Waugh offered the 
invocation. The ballot box was displayed to show all compartments to be empty, 
and then the doors were relocked. Moderator Meserve announced that the absentee 
ballots would be opened at 1:00 pm. We had 149 absentee ballots returned; we 
started at 1 :00 pm and finished about 3:30 pm. Moderator Meserve closed the polls 
at 7:00 pm, and she read the results as unofficial results to the audience. We 
finished up and faxed the results to the people whom made a request. 

The Ballot Clerks were Natalie V. Hall, Karen Thurber, Linda White, Cathy Clay, 
Denise Frappier, Stephanie Milligan, Sam Martin, and Susan Simpson. The Town 
Clerk/Tax Collector's office remained opened and was staffed by Tracy Cragin and 
Patricia Hodge. We had Martha Eldridge and Patricia Hodge as Moderator Pro Tern 
throughout the day. The Supervisors of the Checklist were Janice Tully, Jane 
Goodwin, and Cynthia Granahan. 

Respectfully submitted. 



Kellie J. Skehan 








Town Clerk 








Registered Voters: Republicans 


1040 


Ballots Cast 


1350 


Democrats 


563 


Absentee 


144 


Undeclared 


1429 


Total Cast 


1494 


SUBTOTAL 


3032 






Election Day Registrations 


49 






TOTAL 


3081 







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NDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT 



To the Members of the Board of Selectmen 
Town of Ossipee 
Ossipee, New Hampshire 
February 201 1 

The 2010 audit is scheduled for May of 201 1 and once the report is issued it 
will be available at the Town Office. The prior year's audit has been completed 
and is available at the Town Offices. 

Plodzik & Sanderson 
Professional Association 
193 North Main Street 
Concord, NH 03301 




Ossipee Town Hall Office Staff 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS 

Voted by the Town of Ossipee - 201 

Purpose of Appropriations Amount 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

Executive $655,116.00 

Election, Reg. & Vital Statistics 15,447.00 

Financial Administration 8,774.00 

Revaluation of Property 78,000.00 

Legal Expense 42,454.00 

Planning & Zoning 94,932.00 

General Government Buildings 188,980.00 

Cemeteries 25,864.00 

Insurance 115,823.00 

PUBLIC SAFETY 

Police 826,407.00 

Ambulance 205,296.00 

Fire 20,400.00 

HIGHWAYS & STREETS 

Administration 92,461.00 

Highways & Streets 1 ,440,253.00 

Bridges : 69,890.00 

Street Lighting 2,600.00 

Other 6,016.00 

SANITATION 

Solid Waste Disposal 439,398.00 

HEALTH 

Pest Control 12,351.00 

Health Agencies, Hosp. & Other 1 01 ,666.00 

WELFARE 

Administration & Direct Assistance 45,434.00 

CULTURE & RECREATION 

Parks & Recreation 206,390.00 

Library 202,543.00 

Patriotic Purposes 1,672.00 

Other Culture & Recreation 64,300.00 

CONSERVATION 

Admin. & Purch. of Nat. Resources 6,577.00 



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Other Conservation 5,000.00 

Economic Development 7,050.00 

DEBT SERVICE 

Princ. - Long Term Bonds & Notes 93,037.00 

Interest - Long Term Bonds & Notes 12,488.00 

Interest on Tax Anticipation Note 5,000.00 

Other Debt Service 63,270.00 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

Machinery, Vehicles & Equipment 180,677.00 

Improvements Other Than Buildings 23,000.00 

OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT 

To Proprietary Fund 

Sewer 152,916.00 

Water 214,415.00 

To Capital Reserve Fund 63,500.00 

To Exp. Tr. Fund-except#491 7 80,000.00 

TOTAL VOTED APPROPRIATIONS $5,869,397.00 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 

Reconciliation of Cash Book and Bank Balance 
Year ending December 31, 2010 



GENERAL CHECKING ACCOUNT 
Balance on hand January ^, 2010 
Receipts during year 201 

Less Disbursements 2010 
Balance on hand Dec. 31, 2010 



$2,129,508.69 

15.961.861.33 

$18,091,370.02 

15.430.798.71 



$2,660,571.31 



PROOF OF BALANCE 
BALANCE OF ACCT. NORTHWAY BANK 
Balance on hand December 1, 2010 
December Receipts 

December Disbursements 

Balance on hand December 31, 2010 



$45,255.28 

5.177.851.65 

$5,223,106.93 

2,562,535.62 



$2,660,571.31 



Respectfully submitted 02/14/201 1 

Natalie V. Hall, Treasurer 

Rebecca Thurston, Deputy Treasurer 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 201 



ITEM 


TRANSACTIONS 


SUBTOTAL 


TOTAL 


Automobile 










Decals 




5506 


$13,765.00 




Registrations 




6453 


548,863.53 




Titles 




958 


+ 1,916.00 


$564,544.53 


Boat Tax Receipts 








17,151.12 


Water/Sewer Camp David 










Permits & Fee 






675.00 




Usage 






+ 43,772.00 


44,447.00 


Certified Vital Records 








4,207.00 


Dog Receipts 










Late Fees 






335.00 




Registrations 






7,021.50 




Fines & Summons 






+ 889.00 


8,245.50 


Miscellaneous 








188.71 


Pole, Filing & Election Fees 








224.00 


Supplies, Faxes & Copies 








215.00 


Postage 








45.75 


UCC 








1,485.00 


Wedding Applications 








1,225.00 


Wetlands Applications 








60.00 


Total Town Clerk Receipts i 


■or 2010 






$ 642,038.61 



Notes from the Clerk's Office... 

In 2010 we were busy with the Town Election and Town Meeting. Then in 
September we had the State Primary with lots of new reports and procedures. The 
November General Election was well attended. 

I would like to remind everyone that you must bring in your current registration 
to renew or transfer your registration. There is a $17.50 cost for a duplicate 
registration, if you do not have your current registration. 

Dogs over 4 months old need to be registered on or before April 30th of each 
year, to prevent any penalties. A reminder, that in order to register your dog, the 
rabies shot needs to be current. For your convenience we will have 2 Rabies Clinics 
at the Town Hall: Saturday, March 19, 2010, 10:00 am- 12:00pm, and April 21, 
2010, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Please bring in dog's old Rabies Certificate for a 3 year 
shot. In our office we have a current list of area Rabies Clinics, if these 2 clinics do 
not work into your schedule. 

Respectfully Submitted 
Kellie J. Skehan, Town Clerk 



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OSSIPEE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Annual Report 2010 

The Ossipee Economic Development Committee is scheduled to meet on the 
fourth Tuesday of every other month. Meetings are called as needed. New members 
are alw/ays v^elcome. Our Mission is to foster organized grov\/th utilizing human and 
natural resources in a responsible way. The OEDC seeks to educate and involve the 
community in its work with a very limited budget. 

The OEDC has focused on two projects this past year. The Economic Fair in 
March with the Ossipee Main Street Program was a great success. Many of the 
presenters returned for their fifth year. A workshop session on web sites for 
businesses was well received. Visitors were treated to refreshments donated by 
Hannaford and a scavenger hunt with prizes for those who visited the most 
presenters. SCORE and Micro-Credit representatives were available, as well as 
WEDCO, MWVEC, banks and realtors among the thirty or so tables around the gym. 
Plans for the Sixth Annual Economic Fair on March 26 from 9-1 2 are underway. The 
theme this year is Learning/Educating Ourselves about how we can improve our 
economic situation. 

Members of the Ossipee Economic Development Committee with the Ossipee 
Main Street Economic Development Committee worked together on the concept of 
business revitalization with historic preservation while building a feeling of 
community, the goal of the Ossipee Main Street Program. Many community leaders 
and business people joined in welcoming and supporting two new businesses. 

The OEDC members are involved in projects in the Mount Washington Valley 
Economic Council. OEDC member Donna Sargent is Ossipee's representative on 
the Council. She is a member of the Revolving Loan Fund Committee. We 
encourage residents of Ossipee who would like to start or expand a business to 
apply for a loan. SCORE volunteers are available to help with business plans. The 
Technology Village is also home to the Granite State College and the Nhl Technical 
School offering courses to help career advancement. Business tax credits are 
available for any business to buy that would benefit from the tax credits. 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT FOR 2010 

The year 2010 was busy and a number of changes/improvements were made 
throughout the town. These are listed below: 

We received approval from the state to begin work at the freight building we 
purchased a couple of years ago and to also proceed with the sidewalks previously 
approved at Town Meeting. 

Energy conservation goals are continually being met at your town hall. This 
year the building has been completely insulated and re-shingled. The cupola has 
had extensive repair work done. We were very pleased to be able to replace the 
broken weathervane with the one shown on the front cover. 

The five (5) year revaluation of the town has been completed and we will be 
starting up the next revaluation per State requirements. 

The Town completed a new "Emergency Operations Plan". 

The Public Works Department continues to be busy. In addition to the normal 
maintenance of town roads, 4.5 miles of road was paved this year. Work at the 
transfer station has resulted in many improvements. 

Perambulation of the Ossipee and Tuftonboro town lines has been completed 
to the satisfaction of both towns. The re-mapping of the town has been completed. 

We continue to battle milfoil on Ossipee Lake. DASH was performed on two 
(2) sections of the Lake. This will apparently be a continuing problem for which we 
will need to appropriate money for the treatment. 

We would like to thank all Boards, Department heads, Commissions, and 
employees for exercising fiscal conservatism in managing their budgets this year as 
well as the coming year. 

Board of Selectmen 

Harry C. Merrow, Chairman 

E. Morton Leavitt 

Kathleen M. Maloney 




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2010 OSSI PEE MAIN STREET ANNUAL REPORT 

2010 was a busy year filled with many accomplishments. These were made 
possible through the collaborative efforts of Ossipee Main Street volunteers and 
donors. Volunteers worked on a wide variety of committees, projects, special events 
and partnership projects and donated more than 1,800 hours of their time to Main 
Street this year. Private and public property owners reinvested more than $60,000 
worth of improvement projects within the designated target area. 

Major projects included the 2nd year of Ossipee Farmers Market. We 
organized and were involved in The Ossipee Economic Expo, the Annual joe 
Skehan Youth Fishing Derby, the Beech River Run, the $25,000 Rubber Duck Race, 
the Picnic on the Park introduction of attractive new signage through the efforts of 
the Wayfinding Project, and special events to raise awareness of and funds for Main 
Street efforts. 

Ossipee Main Street partnered with the Town and many local non-profits 
throughout the year: the Highway Safety Committee, the Capital Improvement 
Committee, the Chamber of Commerce, the Carroll County Transportation Project, 
Ossipee Concerned Citizens, FHistorical Society, Old Home Week Committee, 
Economic Development Committee, Mount Washington Valley Economic Council, 
& Lakes Region Planning Commission. 

In February, the youth fishing derby continued it's great tradition of winter 
outdoor fun for area children with a dramatic increase in participation. In March, 
the Economic Fair grew to over 120 attendees and returned to Town Hall with more 
workshops. Over 450 Rubber Ducks swam the Bearcamp River in the $25,000 
Rubber Duck Race in August. The 3rd Annual Beech River Run 5k Road Race and 
Youth Fun Run, the number grew to over 100 participants compared to 80 in 2009. 
During the fall. Volunteers from Main Street and the Garden Club prepared holiday 
sprays to decorate the target area properties. Additionally, the park was decorated 
with a tree and holiday lights and lights were put up throughout Center Ossipee 
during the Christmas season. 

Throughout this past year, the enthusiasm and support for the efforts of Main 
Street grew considerably. Every event or project elicited new volunteers who came 
forward and offered to help with a specific project, or volunteer a special talent or 
skill. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank them, as well as the Town of 
Ossipee, and each of our supporters for all our success. Without all of you, our 
work would not be possible. Should you want to volunteer or have a suggestion for 
the program, please contact us at 539-7200. Or visit our website, 
www.ossipeemainstreet.org to learn more about the program and when committees 
meet. 
Respectfully submitted on behalf of the Ossipee Main Street Board of Directors, 

Scott A. Merrow - Executive Director 

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OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT 2010 

The year 2010 has brought many changes. It was my pleasure to promote two 
officers in rank. Corporal Robert King was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and 
Officer Anthony Castaldo was promoted to the rank of Senior Patrolman. 

These promotions were given because of their outstanding dedication and hard 
work. 

We hired Officer Ian MacMillan and sent him to the New Hampshire Police 
Academy to be full time certified. 

Officer MacMillan was hired after Officer Matthew Tyler left to take a position 
in the Town of Freedom as their new K-9 Officer. 

The members of the Ossipee Police Department have worked very hard at 
solving many drug and robbery cases. 

I would like to thank them all for the hard work they do and the professionalism 
they display while performing on duty. 

The Ossipee Police Department is still providing twenty-four hour coverage 
year round. We still are very active in the after school program and provide traffic 
control at the school crossing both in the morning and afternoon hours. 

There continues to be problems with speeding on the town roads. However, we 
are actively addressing the problem with radar and speed control units and have 
noticed great reduction in complaints. 

I would like to thank the town's people, the Board of Selectmen for all the 
support they give the members of the police department. 

Thank you to the local Law Enforcement agencies, the Carroll County Sheriffs 
Department, the New Hampshire State Police Troop E, the local Fire Departments 
and Emergency Medical personnel for their assistance on a job well done. 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Chief Donald F. Grow 



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Ossipee Police Department Felony Cases 1-01-10 - 12-31-10 
Cases Referred 29 Cases Indicted 

Cases Indicted by Charges 



Criminal Mischief 2 

Receiving Stolen Property 5 

Burglary 6 

Bad Checks 2 

Failure to comply Sex Offender 1 

Simple Assault 3 

Obstructing Report of Crime 1 

Endanger welfare of child 1 



2nd Degree Assault 
Reckless Conduct 
Carrying Loaded handgun 

Without license 
Theft of MV 

Felonious Sexual Assault 
Agg. Fel. Sexual Assault 



Cases Pending Indictment by Charge 



19 

1 
3 

1 
1 
2 
2 



Attempted Burglary 
Agg. DWI 


2 
1 


Felon possession Weapon 
Reckless Conduct 


1 
2 


Obtaining CD By Forger of 




Criminal Threatening 


1 


Prescription 


1 


Theft 


1 


Ossipee Police Department Non Crime 01-01-10 - 12-31-10 

MV Accident 126 Other 


17 


MV Warning 


1766 


Paper service 


40 


Summons 


69 


Security Check 


2272 


NON CRIME 




Suspicious Activity 


23 


911 Hangup 


26 


Suspicious Vehicle 


19 


Alarm 


179 


Unlock 


44 


Assists 


101 


Welfare Check 


26 


Medical Aid 


74 


TOTAL 


2856 


MV Complaint 


22 


Total collected on 




Noise Complaint 


13 


Bad Checks: 


$3,477.17 


Ossipee Police Department Crimes Reported 01-01-10 -12-31- 

Aggravated Assault 3 Criminal Mischief 


■10 

63 


All Other Larceny 


52 


Criminal Threatening 


36 


All other Offenses 


148 


Criminal Trespass 


16 


Arson 


1 


Disorderly Conduct 


19 


Bad Checks 


14 


Domestic 


3 


Burglary 


16 


DWI 


30 


Controlled Substance 


12 


False Pretenses 


2 


Credit card fraud 


3 


Forgery 


3 



50 



Impersonation 


2 


Shoplifting 


juvenile Runaway 


5 


Simple Assault 


Liquor Law Violations 


18 


Theft 


Loitering 


1 


Traffic Offenses 


Protective Custody 


61 


Weapon Law 


Robbery 


1 


TOTAL 


Sexual Assault 


7 





Ossipee Police Department 

Acts Prohibited 6 

Aggravated. Sexual Assault 2 

Arson 1 

Bad Checks 14 

Bench Warrant 24 

Burglary 8 

Burglary, Attempted 3 
Carrying handgun without license 1 

Conduct after Accident 3 

Criminal Mischief 27 

Criminal Threatening 9 

Criminal Trespass 10 

Default of Bail Cond. 1 

Disobeying Officer 5 

Disorderly Conduct 9 

Domestic 2 

DWI 25 

DWI, 2nd 2 

DWI, Aggravated 4 

DWI, Subsequent 1 

Endangering Welfare of Child 1 

False Inspection Sticker 1 

Falsifying Evidence 1 

Felonious Sexual Assault 2 

Forgery 1 

Fugitive from Justice 1 

hiarassment 1 

Hindering Apprehension 2 

lEA 5 

Indecent exposure 1 

Juvenile 3 

Littering 1 

Loitering 1 



7 

49 

36 

136 

2 

746 



Arrests 01-01-09 - 12-31-09 

Obstructing Government Admin. 1 

Obstructing Report of Crime 2 

OHRV 4 

Open Container 6 

Operating after Suspension 23 

Operating without Valid License 10 

Possession of Cont. Substance 3 
Possession of Cont. Substance 

with intent to Distribute 1 

Probationary License Violation 1 

Prohibited Sales 1 

Protective Custody 61 

Receiving Stolen Property 6 

Reckless Conduct 4 

Reckless Operation 3 

Resisting Arrest 27 

Riot 4 

Robbery 1 

Sale of Cont. Substance 1 

Sex offender failure to comply 1 

Shoplifting 2 

Simple Assault 32 

Simple Assault, 2nd degree 1 

Speed 7 

Taking Fire Arm from. L.E. 1 

Theft 12 
Transportation of Alcohol by Minor 9 

Unauth. use of Propelled Vehicle 1 

LInauth. use of Rental Property 1 

Unlawful Poss. Alcohol 22 

Unreg. Vehicle 2 

Violation of TRO 6 
TOTAL 438 



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DOG OFFICER'S REPORT 2010 

Dog calls for 2010 



Nuisance calls 


68 


MVA's w/dogs 


5 


Stray dog calls 


61 


Dog Bites 


16 


Lost dogs 


38 


Other calls 


92 


Abuse/Neglect 


21 


Taken to LRHS 


28 



Quick Dog Facts 
State of New Hampshire Laws: 

Leash Law: All dogs shall be on a leash or within voice control of their owner. 

Barking dog /Nuisance calls: Dogs that bark for 30 minutes or more are considered 
to be a nuisance. Dogs that continue to bark, their owners are subject to fines. 

Outside dogs: Outside dogs are required to have at all times no matter the season, 
access to shelter and water. 

Dog Registration: Dogs are required to be registered with your Town Clerk by May 
1 st of each calendar year. Your dog is required to be current on shots and proof of 
shots is required at the time of registration. The owners of dogs not registered by 
May 1 St are subject to State and Town fines. 

Take advantage of the four local Rabies Clinics in our area to bring your pet up to 
date on their shots. 

Saturday, March 19th Saturday, April 2nd Saturday Thursday, April 21st 

lOam-Noon 10am-1 :00pm lOam-Noon 6:00pm-7:00pm 

OssipeeTown Hall Metcalfs Sandwich FD OssipeeTown Hall 

Main St., Ctr. Ossipee Rt 25, Cornish, ME Rt 109, Sandwich Main St., Ctr. 

Ossipee 



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Town of Ossipee Policy: Any and all dog complaints are public information, the 
Tow n does not take anonymous calls. All complaintant information will be 
provided, if asked for by the offending party. 

If vour dog has gotten loose and is at large please contact the dog officer to make 
them aware, so that we can re-unite you and your pet sooner. On the occasion 
that your dog is picked up without any identification, they may be taken to the 
Lakes Region Humane Society for safe keeping. You can pick up your dog after 
contacting LRHS. They can be reached at 539-1077. The dog officer can be 
contacted through the Sheriff's Department at 539-2284. 

Summer residents: It is a good idea to register your dog here in Ossipee for your 
summer stay. On many occasions during a holiday weekend or vacation, a four- 
legged resident will have to spend the weekend at Lakes Region Humane Society 
because we are unable to reach your home town Vet or Town Office. Other 
possibilities are a second collar for summer time with your local home phone 
number and address. 

"Dogs are not our whole lives, but they make our lives whole" -Roger Caras 

Respectfully submitted, 

Wendy Clough 

Ossipee Dog Officer 



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MEDSTAR/LIFESTAR & OSSI PEE VALLEY EMS 
Activities Report, 201 

To the People of Ossipee, 

Your Board of Selectmen has chosen to contract with Ossipee Valley EMS to 
serve as your ambulance service. For many years you were served by MEDSTAR 
EMS, Inc. On January ^, 201 1 Lifestar EMS d/b/a Ossipee Valley EMS was awarded 
the contract. 

We are providing services from the same location, same friendly faces, updated 
equipment, ambulances, and more importantly highly trained/licensed individuals 
taking care of you, your family and friends. 

For many years residents had the comfort of not being responsible for 
ambulance transport expenses. Your Board of Selectmen has accepted our offer to 
allow us to utilize our "Ambulance Debt Forgiveness Program". 

We want everyone to continue calling 91 1 without the fear of an ambulance 
bill. The "Ambulance Debt Forgiveness Program" will allow for residents that 
haven't got insurance to have their debt forgiven. 

As always residents that have insurance, the contractor will bill and expect 
payment from residents that have insurance. This includes insurance deductibles, 
co-pays and "patient responsibility". Residents that receive payment from their 
insurance carrier for services rendered by the contracted ambulance service will be 
held responsible for paying the said contracted ambulance service. 

We look forward to serving all individuals that live, visit and drive through the 
GREAT town of Ossipee. 

I would like to thank the Board of Selectmen, West Ossipee Fire & Rescue, 
Center Ossipee Fire & Rescue, Ossipee Corner Fire & Rescue, Ossipee Police 
Department, the FHighway Department and of course the people of Ossipee for their 
continued support. 



Ossipee Responses 



Medical Aid 


502 


Trauma 


43 


Motor Vehicle 


68 


Assist Fire 


109 


PD Assist 


11 


Total 


733 



Advanced Life Support Transports 363 

Basic Life Support Transports 74 

Resident Transports 306 

Non-Resident Transports 1 3 1 

Patient Assist w/o Transport 273 

Respectfully Submitted, 
Brian E. Johns 



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OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
2010 Annual Report 

Materials checked out from the library in 2010: 35071 (7% increase from 2009) 
Number of Library Patrons 2957 

The following programs were offered to you in 2010, and most will continue 

through 2011: 

Library passes available for check out: 

Wright Museum, Wolfeboro, NH, New Hampshire State Parks (available summers 

only), Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, NH, and the Children's 

Museum of New Hampshire in Dover, NH (available summers only) 

New Hampshire Downloadable Audio books and newly added E-books: 

These can be accessed from home or the library using your library card number. 

Current circulation: Downloadable Audio books, 352; Downloadable E-books, 52 

Computers: 12 computers and 4 laptop stations are available for use. Circulation: 

4844. We count the checking out of a computer, not the time used. If we counted 

one-hour usage the figure would be approximately 1 8,000 times. We let the patrons 

use the computers as long as they want to unless we have someone waiting. 

Britannica Online: Can be accessed from home or at the library. Circulation: 1890 

Inter-library-loaning: Borrowing and lending books, books on CD, magazines and 

movies from other libraries in NH. Statistics: We requested 898 items from other 

libraries; we received 564 and 334 were unfilled (62% filled). Other libraries 

requested 1119 items from us, 834 were sent to them; 285 requests were unfilled 

(74% filled). 

Ossipee Public Library Baby Book Bag Program: Funds provided by the Friends of 

the Ossipee Public Library and through a grant from the Rotary Club of Ossipee. 

Eleven bags were given to babies residing in Ossipee. Each book bag contains some 

books and a toy, handmade by volunteers. 

Kindergarten Book Bag Program: Given in memory of Cathy Ziegler. Fifty book bags 

were given to the Ossipee Central School. Each bag contains several books, a 

kindergarten workbook and information about obtaining a library card. 

AARP volunteers provide tax assistance from February 1st, to June 30th. 

Book discussion group meets the first Tuesday afternoon of each month at 2:00 pm. 

Ossipee Garden Club meets the first Thursday afternoon at 1 :00 pm. 

Quilters group meets the second and fourth Thursday at 1 0:00 am. 

Knitting and crocheting group meets the second and fourth Wednesday at 1 :00 pm. 

at OCC. 

Story-time for pre-school children is held on Tuesday mornings at 10:30 am. 



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Story-time for babies is held on Friday mornings at 10:30 am. 

Summer Reading program with entertainment, crafts, stories, certificates, and 

prizes. This program runs from late June until mid August. 

The Friends of the Ossipee Public Library meet quarterly on the third Tuesday at 

1:00 pm. 

The Recreation Dept. offers several programs in the meeting room during the year. 

Tutoring: Students of all ages receive instruction from their tutors at the library. 

Artwork is on display thanks to our talented local artists. 

Not all of the programs the library provides are listed above. We always welcome 

suggestions. 

Once again, our appreciation and gratitude go to a large group of wonderful people 
who give of themselves, through their time and donations, to enrich the lives of 
others. They make your library what it is today. The trustees and library staff wish to 
thank the citizens of Ossipee for their on-going support. We look forward to another 
successful year of growth and service. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Raymond Wright, Chairman, Board of Trustees 

Elizabeth S. Rouner, Board of Trustees 

Susan Day, Treasurer, Board of Trustees 

Rachel Ward, Board of Trustees 

Georgie Duquet, Secretary, Board of Trustees 

Richard Ziegler, Alternate Trustee 

Yvonne Fisher, Library Director 




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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL REPORT 

By Raymond S. Burton 



) 



Writing this report to the citizens of District One is always an interesting 
undertaking to try to condense on one page a quick look at where your NH 
State government might be headed in 201 land the years ahead. 

There have been significant changes in the membership of the Legislature 
and Executive Council at the NH State House. This coupled with a serious 
lack of money to accomplish basic needs as currently being delivered will 
certainly present challenges for NH House and Senate members. My 
suggestion is to stay in close touch with your local Senators and House 
Members. To find your local State Senator and House Members go to: 
http://gencourt.state.nh.us/house/members/wml.aspx 
Another good source for information is your local library' or Town/ City 
Clerks Office. 

This is the planning year for the 10 year transportation plan. Highway, 
rail, aviation, and public transportation projects are all a part of the 
hearing process that the five Executive Council members will be holding. 
Hearings are held in each of our Districts. Local information from the area 
regional planning commissions is key to having successful projects 
included in the proposed plan which is delivered by law to the Governors 
desk by December 15, 201 1 and then by law to the NH House and Senate 
by January 2012. 

I cannot emphasize enough the urging of local citizens to volunteer for the 
dozens of volunteer boards and commissions which the Governor and 
Council are required to find individuals to serve on. For a list of those 
commissions go to: http://wrww.sos.n h.gov /redbook/index.htm . If you 
are interested in serving send your letter of interest and resume to 
Jennifer Kuzma, Governors Office, 107 North Main St., Concord, NH 
03301. Tel: 603 271-2121. 

There are three District Health Councils in District One that meet 3 times 
a year to hear directly from the Commissioner of Health and Human 
Services. If you are interested in being added to this list send your email 
address to me at rav.burtQn@mvfairpoint.net . 

As always, my office has a supply of NH Constitutions, official tourist 
maps and other information about the Executive Council. I am always 
available to speak wtih local groups. 

It is an honor to represent your region. 



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TRI-COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM INC. 

Serving Carroll, Coos and Grafton Counties 

448 WHITE MOUNTAIN HIGHWAX TAMWORTH, NH. 03886 

(603) 323-7400 ~ Toll Free 1-888-842-FUEL (3835) - Fax (603) 323-741 1 

To the Selectmen and Residents of the Town of Ossipee: 

Tri-County Community Action/Carroll County is a private non-profit agency 
that v^as established in 1965. The Resource Center is located at 448 White 
Mountain Highv^ay in Tamv^orth. 

During the fiscal year July ^, 2009 through June 30, 2010, our agency has 
provided services to Ossipee residents that total $641,250. The services provided 
include; Fuel Assistance, Electric Assistance, Weatherization/Home Energy 
Conservation and FHomeless Prevention. In addition, we are the conduit for the 
distribution of USDA Surplus Food to all the food pantries in Carroll County. 

Tri-County Community Action provides necessary services for the most 
vulnerable and less fortunate citizens in our communities who would otherwise 
have to seek help from the town. We are depending upon funding from your town 
and neighboring communities countywide. These local funds are used to make 
available local intake and support for federal and state programs including Fuel 
Assistance, Electric Assistance, FHomeless Prevention, Weatherization, and electric 
utility conservation programs. 

We greatly appreciate your support and look forward to a continued 
cooperation and partnership with your towns' residents, elected officials and staff. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Paula Abraham 

Community Contact Manager 

Carroll County 



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OSSIPEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

In May 2010, the Historical Society's programs began with a well-attended Joe 
Bradley/John Hartog production, "The Ossipee Ring Dike." The video toured spots 
where evidence of the volcano on which Ossipee is located can still be seen, and 
the following discussion period was most enlightening. In June, Josh Arnold, 
founder of the GALA (Global Awareness, Local Action) non-profit described his 
organization's goals, and his plans for the former Ossipee Mountain Grange 
building in Water Village. The audience took a short trip down Route 1 71 to tour the 
old Grange building, which many had never visited. July's program featured local 
(retired) firefighter Roland Stockbridge, who gave a fascinating account of the 
history of the Ossipee fire departments. Mr. Stockbridge had many fascinating 
artifacts, photos and news stories on display which the audience took time to study 
and appreciate after the presentation. 

August was a busy month! On Friday the 6th, we sponsored a Comedy and 
Magic Show, featuring professional magician Matt Roberts. His performance was 
outstanding and much enjoyed by those in attendance. Our thanks to Joan 
Harrington for arranging Matt's appearance! On the 17th, Dennis Chesley gave a 
talk about mushrooms. It was amazing to learn about the many varieties of edible 
mushrooms (and others not so safe!) that can be found in the woods and fields in 
the Ossipee area. Of course, the exact location of the best specimens is a closely 
guarded secret. The annual service at the Early Settlers Meeting House (ESMH) was 
held on Sunday the 22nd. 

September brought a very special program about the Honor Flight New 
England. The program's leader, Joe Byron, told about the planning and preparation 
that goes into each excursion, which takes veterans to Washington, DC to visit the 
World War memorials. Many moving stories were shared by audience members, 
and we were all left with a great appreciation for the volunteers who make the 
Freedom Flight possible. 

We are so grateful for our hard-working volunteers. This summer, Ann Martin- 
Segrini was instrumental in making sure we were represented at the weekly Sunday 
morning Farmer's Market and her sales considerably helped our financial situation. 
Our building stewards (David Hodsdon for Grant's Store, John Hartog for the ESMH, 
and Jim and Cindy Spencer for the 1 91 6 Court House) are invaluable in keeping an 
eye on these buildings and reporting problems before they become unmanageable. 
Work has begun on restoring the windows at Grant's Store, and a coat of paint is 



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planned for both the Store and the Meeting House. 

Of course, fund-raising is always a big part of our mission as the guardians of 
Ossipee's past. If you are interested in your town and making sure your children and 
grandchildren have access to the stories of the past, please join the Historical 
Society and consider giving some of your time to help in our efforts. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lori Lenart, President 

Ossipee Historical Society 




Main St. Park volunteer, CJ. Rousseau, mulching the garden at the park. 



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OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 
2010 Annual Report 

The Ossipee Planning Board meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each 
month at 7 PM at the Ossipee Town Hall. Additional work sessions are held on the 
fourth Tuesday of the month as needed to work on changes to the Ossipee Zoning 
Ordinance and other Planning Board business. Bill Grover is Chairman, Roger ter 
Kuile Vice Chairman, and other members are Roy Barron, Brett Cushing, Condict 
Billings, Ski Kwiatkowski. Carol Gartland is the Selectmen's Representative, and 
Bob Gillette is an Alternate. David Senecal, Zoning Enforcement Officer, attends the 
meetings as needed. 

In 2010 the Planning Board approved 2 Subdivisions; one is a change of 
ownership to a 59 unit condominium of a camping area and the other is a 
conditional approval of an 8 lot Subdivision, 2 Site Plan Reviews, 9 Mergers of Lots, 
7 Boundary Line Adjustments, and 1 Special Use Permit. 4 Excavation Permits were 
granted for six years and another gravel pit is in the process of reclamation. 

The Ossipee Planning Board recommends that applicants meet with Dave 
Senecal, our Zoning Enforcement Officer, before applying to the Planning Board to 
help ensure compliance with all zoning issues. The Planning Board encourages a 
pre-application discussion with the board that can be scheduled for any Planning 
Board meeting by calling the secretary. Many more applicants are taking advantage 
of this opportunity to better prepare their applications. Each Site Plan Review 
Application includes a checklist for Minor or Major applications determined by the 
applicant based on the size of the project. If the checklist is incomplete, the 
application is not acceptable. All of these applications are available on line or at the 
Selectmen's Office. 

We encourage interested people to attend our meetings, as input from the 
townspeople helps determine the focus of the Planning Board. Being an alternate is 
a good way to learn about the work of the Planning Board in your town and make 
your voice heard in the community. 

The Planning Board has spent many hours fine tuning changes in the Chapter 
XX of the Zoning Ordinance, Water Resource Protection District. The major change 
from the 1989 Chapter is the inclusion of a much improved map of the Ossipee 
Aquifer. Proposed drinking water protection has been the focus of meetings with 
LRPC and GMCG members in the towns of the Ossipee Aquifer for over a year with 
the result that each of the towns will be voting on their own adaptation of the 
ordinance so the entire area will be protected. 

Extensive amounts of time were also spent revising a draft Sign Ordinance and 
a Draft Hawkers and Peddlers Ordinance which will be followed up on by the 
Board of Selectmen. 

Ossipee Planning Board 

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OSSIPEE ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT 2010 

Members of the Board are Jean Simpson, Chairman; David Babson Vice 
Chairman; Bruce Parsons, Jon Brown, and Stanley Brothers. Alternates are Lisa 
Hinckley and Leonard Shurtleff. 

Public hearings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. as 
needed. If necessary a meeting can be held on the fourth Tuesday. The ZBA met on 
seven of the twelve months this past year. 

Seven cases involving Variances were heard and two Requests for Rehearings 
were received. Five applicants received the Variances requested. One case was 
denied and one was withdrawn. Four of the Variances granted were for cases where 
the proposed activity was not allowed in that zone, in our Zoning Ordinance. Two 
were for structures to be built closer than the required setback. Some involved 
requests for several Variances to be considered. Another was an after-the-fact 
Variance for unpermitted building contrary to zoning that resulted in the applicant 
paying legal fees. 

If the applicant is denied a building permit because of the need for a Variance 
or a Special Exception, Dave Senecal, the Zoning Enforcement Officer, issues a 
denial and instructs the applicant to apply to the Ossipee Zoning Board. The Zoning 
Enforcement Officer makes sure that all the conditions placed on a decision by the 
ZBA are satisfied, before he grants a building permit. The Zoning Board of 
Adjustment has worked closely with the Zoning Enforcement Officer to ensure that 
possible violations of the conditions of a decision are reviewed. 

Prior to the ZBA hearing the case, a fee must be paid for public notification and 
certified mailing to all abutters, as well as a hearing fee of $75.00. The secretary 
compiles the information with the application and the completed checklist to send 
it to the Board members before the hearing. Board members often make a visit to 
the site, so they will have a better understanding of the case. An official procedure 
is followed for conducting the case. At the conclusion of the case, the ZBA members 
do a role call vote. The results are publicized in a public notice as to whether the 
application was granted or denied. Any conditions of approval or reasons for denial 
are included. The applicant must wait 30 days, so that anyone dissatisfied with the 
decision has a chance to start the appeal process. 

Two ZBA members attended the annual Office of Energy and Planning 
conference for further training. 



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ZONING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 



PERMITS -2010 



Permit Type 


_# 


Fees Collected 


Building 


112 


$11,305.00 


Plumbing 


26 


390.00 


Electrical 


57 


855.00 


Signs 


11 


275.00 


Occupancy 


22 


-0- 


Demolition 


6 


-0- 


TOTAL FEES COLLECTED 




$12,825.00 



This year we had 1 3 new homes in Town. The new Nursing Home was also 
permitted. There were many new garages, decks and sheds built. Inspections were 
done for electrical, plumbing, structural in compliance with other codes and 
zoning. 

The Planning Board and 
Zoning Board had regular meetings 
which I attended. 

Continuing education is done 
on a regular basis. New Hampshire 
Building Officials and the Lakes Region 
Safety Officials meet once a month in 
Concord and Meredith. Other seminars I 
attend when available. Staying informed 
is necessary with the changing industry. 

Inspections of buildings are 
done on a daily basis. Certificate of 
Occupancy permits are issued when a 
building is complete. 

As Health Officer for the Town, 
I do inspections of Schools, Day Care 
Centers and failed septic systems. State 
Health Officers have an Association with 
quarterly meetings. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David Senecal 




Dave enjoying a day 
on White Pond 



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LAKES REGION PLANNING COMMISSION 

The Lakes Region continues to grow and evolve. As our economy and world ' 
change, so does the work we are engaged in. The Lakes Region Planning 
Commission (LRPC) is an organization established according to state law to provide 
area communities and the region with the capacity to respond to and shape the J 
pressures of change in a purposeful way. With a service area covering over 1,200 
square miles in Belknap, Carroll, Grafton and Merrimack Counties, the LRPC 
provides a wide range of planning services to member municipalities. The , 
Commission offers direct and support services including technical assistance, 1 
geographic information systems, transportation planning, land use, environmental 
planning, hazard planning and economic development. Local, state, and federal 
resources primarily fund the LRPC. We also maintain a regular dialogue with state 
agencies as a resource for the entire Lakes Region. Our overall goal is to provide J 
support, knowledge, and leadership to the governments, businesses, and citizens of 
the Lakes Region. 

Some of the services provided on behalf of the town of Ossipee and the region 
in the past fiscal year are noted below: 
LOCAL: 

• Prepared for and attended the Ossipee Aquifer Steering Committee (OASC) 
workshop on the development of Natural Resources/Aquifer Protection Ordinances. 

• Compared the new DES Model Groundwater Protection Ordinance with the 
version that is currently being used in the Ossipee Aquifer Project. Prepared a two- 
page handout highlighting major differences in the two ordinances to share with the 
Ossipee Aquifer Steering Committee. Reviewed draft Model Groundwater 
Ordinance. 

• Received a Source Water Protection Grant from the New Hampshire 
Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) to continue working on Phase II 
efforts to protect the drinking water quality of the Ossipee Aquifer. This is a 
collaborative effort of several communities. The Green Mountain Conservation 
Group and the Planning Commission. 

• Provided copies of the NH Planning and Land Use Regulation books to the 
town at considerable savings. 

• Reviewed the town's proposed Groundwater Protection Ordinance in 
preparation for discussion by town officials. 



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MT. WASHINGTON VALLEY ECONOMIC COUNCIL 



The Mt Washington Valley Economic Council is dedicated to helping area 
businesses grow and succeed. Ossipee is one of thirteen towns represented on the 
MWVEC. Businesses and individuals are encouraged to join to enjoy a number of 
benefits: 

• The Revolving Loan Fund provides gap financing for business endeavors that 
otherwise might be unable to obtain financing. The Council has made 55 loans to 
area businesses totaling nearly $1 .6 million to date. 

• Quality technology education and business skills training at the Learning 
Center where Granite State College, White Mountain Community College and 
Plymouth State University offer classes. 

• Free and confidential business guidance and advice is available from seasoned 
experts who are part of SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives). 

• Discounts on educational and informational forums. 

• "Boot Camp Series" provide professional training for businesses and nonprofit 
organizations. Over 1200 people have participated. 

The MWVEC is funded through a combination of grants, Revolving Loan Fund 
interest, membership dues, and corporate sponsorships which underwrite many of 
the educational programs and events. 

In the past six years the startup high tech businesses in the Technology Village 
Incubator have created 43 new jobs which enhance the economy of the area. 



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OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2010 

The Ossipee Conservation Commission is responsible under RSA 36-A to 
assure the protection and proper utilization of Ossipee's natural resources. 
Members are appointed by the Selectboard. The Commission meets the second 
Wednesday of the month at 7 PM in the Ossipee Town Hall. All are v^elcome. 

Re-elected in April as Chair and Vice Chair, respectively, v^ere Elizabeth Gillette 
and Robert Pratt. Commissioners are Ralph Buchanan, Charlotte Fitzpatrick, Jean 
Hansen, Kevin Houle and Andy Northrop. Ron Adams serves as Alternate. Pat Jones 
is Secretary. We note Warren Walker's resignation from the Commission with both 
regret and great appreciation for his years of service. As Chair and Vice Chair 
Warren led the Commission with persuasion, intelligence and humor to set up the 
town's Lake Host Program at Pequawket Trail, raise $250,000 to purchase the 
"Window on the Ossipee Mountains" conservation land on Route 16, and advise 
the town wisely on science-based natural resource planning. 

The Commission worked throughout the year to safeguard Ossipee's natural 
resources. To monitor water quality the Commission partnered with the Green 
Mountain Conservation Group to sample water at 1 1 sites on rivers, lakes and 
streams from April to October. In the spring the Selectboard received from the 
Green Mountain Conservation Group (GMCG) an overview of Water Quality test 
results indicating that Ossipee rivers and streams are in good condition safe for 
further increased salinity of Frenchman's Brook due to accumulation of road salt. 
This information was put to use in September when the Commission recommended 
to the Planning Board that it require a closed waste-water system for a proposed car 
wash on Route 16, near Frenchman's Brook and over the aquifer, to prevent 
introduction of yet more salt into this important drinking water resource. The 
GMCG sponsored a Road-Salt Management Workshop in November to share with 
road agents and town officials best practices for de-icing. For more information click 
on water quality at: www.gmcg.org 

Construction was completed in early summer on the "Window on the Ossipee 
Mountains" scenic pulloff. Designed by Ralph Buchanan to accommodate parking 
for automobiles and buses, the pulloff is already attracting passing motorists. We 
are grateful to many in the community for helping to conserve this land by donating 
funds, materials or services (in some cases all three!). Cutting to open the view went 
on all season and in late summer volunteers planted a Butterfly Garden in the old 
concrete foundation. A kiosk will be installed in 201 1 to inform about the geologic 
history of the Ossipees, the Ossipee Watershed and aquifer, and how the open 
space is managed for view protection, wildlife habitat, and conservation of a 
notable wild orchid community. A nature trail is planned for 2011-2012 
construction. The Dan Hole Pond Watershed Trust holds a conservation easement 
on the property. No funds raised from taxation were used either to purchase the 
property or to construct the overlook. 



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Growing infestations of invasive milfoil on Ossipee Lake drev^ concerted 
attention from Conservation Commissions and citizens in Ossipee, Freedom and 
Effingham. There appears no way to eradicate the plant but yearly management can 
mitigate its spread through hand-pulling, vacuum harvesting and/or chemical use at 
the decision of the Selectboard. The major contributor to milfoil growth is increased 
nutrients into the lake that feed invasive plants. Manmade or natural causes or both 
that boost nutrient levels include: Fertilizers on lawns and landscaping that run off 
into the lake with every rain, substandard septic systems, and high rainfall that may 
increase natural runoff into tributaries. On August 10 the Commission co-hosted 
with the Freedom Conservation Commission and the GMCG a presentation with 
NH Department of Environmental Services on "Ossipee Lake Monitoring Results," 
and also examined invasive milfoil control efforts. Increased salt and phosphorus 
in the bays point to the need to control road run-off with barriers. At the Ossipee 
Lake Natural Area, however, it was encouraging that E-coli test results were lower 
than in 2009, indicating that the new state recreation management plan there is 
working. 

For the fifth year running the Commission supported the Lake Host Program 
(under the NH Lakes Association) to check boats entering and leaving Ossipee Lake 
for milfoil and other invasive plants which can easily spread by boat transport. 
Commissioners Jean Hansen and Warren Walker oversaw Lake Host Point Person 
Nick Paquette plus assistants at Pequawket Trail landing from June to September. 

In other work Commissioners assisted with the successful Recreation 
Department-GMCG soil erosion prevention project at the Duncan Lake town beach 
by donating plants and hours of planting. The Commission kept apprised of work 
by the multi-town Aquifer Steering Committee on proposals to strengthen 
ordinances in Water Resources Protection Areas. Monitoring of conservation land 
included re-blazing property boundaries on the Depot Road lot in Tamworth that 
comprises part of the Sumner Brook Conservation project. In June Commissioners 
accompanied author and expert Paul Martin Brown on a walk to review wild 
orchids on the "Windows" property and discuss management alternatives for their 
protection; at the Commission meeting in August Brown spoke on wild orchids of 
the Northeast. In December Commissioners received from Ossipee resident James 
Airy a recreation management plan for the "Windows" property that he developed 
for University of New Hampshire course work. 

The Commission reviewed 38 communications (down from 40 in 2009) to and 
from the Department of Environmental Services, such as individual applications to 
work in the shoreland protection zone or wetlands or other areas that would require 
a DES permit or monitoring. The Commission also noted 42 "Intents to Cut" (up 
from 33 in 2009) forwarded by the Selectmen. Commissioners made one site visit 
to review possible taking of fee title of properties in Ossipee for conservation 
purposes. We also walked the "Windows" property with a director of the Dan Hole 



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Pond Watershed Trust as required under terms of the conservation easement. 

Volunteers are welcome to help protect the land and water resources of 
Ossipee, from serving as a Commissioner to water quality sampling or pitching in 
on a project. Active representation for Ossipee is also needed on the Green 
Mountain Conservation Group which provides a forum for Selectboards, Planning 
Boards, Conservation Commissions and citizens of Effingham, Freedom, Madison, 
Sandwich, Tamworth AND Ossipee to safeguard the natural resources of the 
Ossipee Watershed. This multi-town collaborative is crucial as our town boundaries 
criss-cross the vast 374-square-mile Watershed and underlying aquifer, and any 
action by one town can affect the interests of all. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Elizabeth Gillette, Chair 




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OLD HOME WEEK COMMITTEE 2010 



The Old Home Week Committee would like to thank all those that assist 
in coordinating events and planning activities for our town; without the support of 
these businesses and citizens the Committee would not exist. 

Events such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Mother's Day Flowers, Father's Day 
gifts to the local Nursing Home, the Fishing Derby, Saint Patrick's Day Penny Sale, 
the Annual Old Home Week (4th of July celebration) Fall Harvest Penny Sale, and 
the purchase of Christmas Lights for Town Hall are provided for our citizens to enjoy. 

There are Committee Meetings that occur on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. 
throughout the year during which these events are planned and organized. The Old 
Home Week Committee members work together, volunteering their time and effort 
to make these events possible (without asking for tax dollars). Please attend these 
meetings and lend a hand. 

As Chairpersons of the OLD HOME WEEK COMMITTEE, we would like to 
thank all committee members that work so hard and well together and our 
community, with your support, challenges are made easier! 

Kathleen M. Maloney 

Susan J. Simpson 

Chairpersons 



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OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 
2010 Annual Report 

To The Selectmen and the Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The biggest change in the Department this year was the departure of 
Assistant Director, Jason Hanken. We wish Jason well and thank him for the 
impact he had on the youth, teens, and families here during his 4 years as our 
Assistant. 

The Department's goal is to offer a wide range of activities for all ages 
designed to meet the needs of the community, and to encourage healthy use of 
your leisure time. To that end, in 2010, the Department offered 28 activities for 
children & youth, 15 for teens, 18 for adults and 23 special events. There are 
activities for all age groups. I am always searching for new programs to add. If 
you have an idea for a new activity, please contact me so we can discuss it and 
possibly include it in the schedule. I also continue to search for alternative 
funding sources for programs and projects. The summer teen program was 
partially funded through a Grant from the State of NH Incentive Fund Grant 
Program and I plan to apply for the same Grant in 201 1 . Other grants were 
awarded to complete renovation projects at town recreation facilities. These 
grants are monitored and administered by the Department. 

Maintaining the grass and general clean up of Constitution Park, YMCA 
Field, Mill Pond Park, Main Street Park grass, and Town Hall grass is the 
responsibility of the Department. In addition to this, the Department also oversees 
improvements and renovations to the recreation facilities in town. In 2010, the 
Town Beach on Duncan Lake underwent major renovations to control rain water 
runoff and to improve safety. Constitution Park saw renovations to the elevated 
walkway on the hiking trails, upgrades to the electrical system, and a new infield 
on the baseball field. A number of other projects are planned for 201 1 . 

Communication of the Department's activities is made through several 
sources. These include: weekly updates in the local papers, announcements on 
Cable Channel 3, daily announcements at the schools, publication of a Quarterly 
Program Brochure, and updates on our FaceBook page and website all keep you 
up-to-date on what is happening with the Department. The phone number is 539- 
1307 and the e-mail address is: ossrec@gmail.com. The website address is: 
www.ossipeerec.org. 



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With 1 tull-time staff person, I rely almost 100% on volunteers to make 
things happen. A special THANK YOU! is extended to all of you who have 
assisted with implementing the programs and activities. I also deeply appreciate 
the support of many businesses, civic groups, churches, non-profit groups, 
schools, and the other Town Departments. Because of your assistance, many 
residents (young & old) have been able to participate in our activities. 

I encourage you to be involved with your town and with the Recreation 
Department. For a small town there is a lot to offer. It is a joy to serve as your 
Recreation Director. For a comprehensive report please go to the department's 
website at www.ossipeerec.org and click on the Documents link. 

Enjoy Life Recreate! 

Respectfully submitted: 
Peter Waugh - Recreation Director 




Adult "Downeast Duck Boat" Day Trip to Portland, Maine, June 4, 2010 



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OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS, INC. 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee, Ossipee Concerned 
Citizens, Inc. submits its Annual Report for the year 2010: 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Inc. is a non-profit multi-human services agency 
dedicated to the promotion of growth and prosperity for all citizens of the Town of 
Ossipee and vicinity. Current programming includes the Elderly Nutrition Program 
(Meals-On-Wheels and congregate meals), the WIC (Women, Infants, and Children 
nutrition/education) Program, and the Ossipee Crossings Child Care Center. Further, 
the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is funded by the United States 
Department of Agriculture, and provides non-perishable foods to eligible WIC 
participants, and seniors who are sixty (60) years and older. In addition, the Ossipee 
Senior Center is certified by the New Hampshire Association of Senior Centers. 

The WIC Program has provided food vouchers, and nutrition and breastfeeding 
counseling to eligible families since 1 980. There is presently a 700 client caseload. 
Certification and voucher clinics are held in Center Ossipee and five other sites in 
Carroll County. 

The child care center continues to provide working families with day care at 
Ossipee Crossings. An experienced staff of teachers are on duty to provide safe, 
educational, and enjoyable care for children from three to twelve years of age. The 
center is a licensed Early Childhood Education facility. 

The senior center offers a variety of senior activites which promote physical and 
emotional health, and opportunities to address wellness in a no-cost environment. 
Those activities are organized by OCC staff, and in conjunction with other 
organizations and individuals. 

Fundraisers are integral to the economic success of OCC, and ultimately to its 
provision of services. Staff and volunteers, OCC Board of Directors included, have 
remained active to that end. 

OCC has several funding sources, and include the Bureau of Elderly and Adult 
Services, Bureau of Child Development, USDA, Lakes Region United Way, and the 
Ossipee Children's Fund. The annual budget approaches nine-hundred thousand 
($900,000) dollars. FHowever, of that total, only sixty-seven percent (67%) is a 
combination of state and federal dollars. The balance (33 percent) must be collected 
through fundraising, donations, and town support. 

The 2010 Santa Project assisted one-hundred fifty-eight families at Christmas 
time. This annual project is perhaps the greatest symbol of organizations and 
individuals who, with a common and meaningful goal, achieve greatness in 



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partnership. 

Space does not permit ail those who we would lil<e to thanl< individually. There 
are so many, and they are indispensable. We acknowledge in this report the 
generosity of volunteers and staff, the OCC Board of Directors, town employees, 
and the support of the citizens of the Town of Ossipee. Much has been done by 
collaboration. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Donna E. Sargent 

Executive Director, OCC 




Tyler Merrow, grandson of Selectman Harry Merrow, 
maneuvering the Kayak on Ossipee Lake. 



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VNA-HOSPICE 
ANNUAL REPORT 2010 

VNA-Hospice of Southern Carroll County and Vicinity is in its 8th decade 
of providing home health, hospice and community health and family support 
services to the residents in the Lakes Region. Our employees and volunteers work 
as a team to provide quality home based health care to residents of Ossipee, and 
ten other towns in the Lakes Region. We are a not-for-profit Agency, governed by 
local residents and licensed by the State of New Hampshire and supported by the 
community. Our Home Health and our Hospice Care Programs are 
Medicare/Medicaid Certified. Our Maternal Child Health Program and Community 
Health programs provide prevention and family support and assist in ensuring the 
public health of our residents. 

We were privileged to provide the residents of Ossipee with services from 
all three of our programs during the last year. The Agency's staff made 23,430 home 
visits during FY 201 0. Of those 4,066 were made to Ossipee residents representing 
1 7.4% of agency visits. This included home care, hospice care and maternal child 
health home visits. We also provided immunization clinics, school based oral 
health services and health screening clinics to Ossipee citizens. 

We have struggled with the implications of a shaky economy; the reality 
of home health cuts to the Medicare and Medicaid system and the enactment of 
health care reform. Our quality of care and scope of services have not diminished. 
Our patient satisfaction remains stellar. We have remained true to our mission and 
have served all ages, the insured and the uninsured. 

We are pleased to announce that in October our agency merged with 
Community Health and Hospice of Laconia. Our new organization will be named 
Central NH VNA and Hospice. We continue to do business as VNA-Hospice of 
Southern Carroll County & Vicinity. This effort will help us to streamline 
administrative expenses, continue on with our mission and give us the ability to 
continue to provide quality home health care services to the residents of Ossipee 
and the other communities we serve. 

Thank you for your continued support and for allowing us to provide 
Ossipee residents with needed home health care and community support services. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Bette Coffey, RN 
Branch Director 



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OSSIPEE LAKE DAM AUTHORITY 

The following is a report of the expense of the Dam Authority for the year 201 0. 
Figures for the split between the two towns are based on the assessed equalized 
value of the two towns. These are furnished by the State of New Hampshire, D.R.A. 

Equalization Assessment Value 



Ossipee $754,860,146 
Freedom $513,860,284 
Sum Required By D.E.S. 
Expenditures 



60% of $14,546.35 = $8,727.81 
40% of $14,546.35 = $5,818.54 

$30,000.00 

$14,546.35 



The figures are revised each and every year, in order to bring the deficit of the 
past year up to $30,000.00, the beginning balance of the coming year. The 
following is a report of expenses for the Dam Authority for the year 2010. 



FairPoint 

PSNH 

Postmaster 

W. Ossipee Fireman's Association 

John Picard/Chairman (Salary) 

Robert Houle/Sec/Tres. (Salary) 

Snow Removal 

W. Ossipee Fireman's Association 

DES Bearcamp Gage (estimate) 

Expense 



$483.55 


$227.80 


$ 75.00 


$75.00 


$5000.00 


$500.00 


$360.00 


150.00 


$7,750.00 


$14,546.35 


Respectfully submitted. 


Robert F. Houle 


Sec reta ry/Treas u re r 



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WELFARE 
Annual Report for 2010 



This year we saw a total of 1 1 5 cases at a cost of $4,326.33. 

The CAP agency doubled their fuel allotments therefore removing the financial 
burden from the Towns. As you can see it greatly reduced our expenses. 

It has been a very difficult year for families, jobs are very scarce. Foreclosures 
were on the rise. This year we saw many who have never needed this type of 
assistance before. 

In all cases we follow the Town's Guidelines that were prepared in conjunction 
with the New Hampshire Local Government Center. Each case is decided 
individually by the guidelines. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sandra "Sam" Martin 

Welfare Director 



IstQtr 2ndQtr SrdQtr 4th Qtr Totals 

Burial 1,000.00 $1,000.00 

File info 

Fuel 

Medication 

Mortgage 

Rent 

Shelter 150.42 

Taxes 

Utilities 250.00 

Misc 

Totals $150.42 $1,250.00 $712.26 $2,213.65 $4,326.33 



350.00 


1,708.90 


$2,058.90 


120.00 




$270.42 


130.26 






112.00 


479.75 


$841.75 




25.00 


$25.00 



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OSSIPEE WATER AND SEWER COMMISSION 

The Ossipee Water and Sewer Commission, has continued to make upgrades 
to both the water and sewer system in Center Ossipee. 
"Camp David" 

Two leach beds were reconstructed this year along brush cutting and additional 
clearing. The facility received approximately 500,000 gallons of septage and 
processed more than 32 million gallons of wastewater. Monitoring wells showed 
all groundwater to be within State and EPA limits. Next year the replacement of 
several more leach beds is planned. 
Water System 

The Center Ossipee Water system is in very good condition. All our water tests 
have come back with excellent test ratings speaking highly of the quality of work 
and maintenance accomplished by our highly trained staff. 

The hydrants were painted in the spring and repairs were made to several 
hydrants as a result of being struck by vehicles. The hydrants at "Longlook" and 88 
Moultonville Road were replaced. Several service shutoffs were replaced and five 
breaks were repaired. 
Sewer System 

Work continued on the evaluation of the sewer system to determine why flows 
increase dramatically during storm events. Several manholes were sealed to help 
prevent infiltration. Residents are also reminded that it is illegal to connect gutters, 
down spouts and sump pumps to the sanitary sewer system. These devices should 
connect to storm drains or daylight away from the structure. 

At this point we wish to extend our sincere appreciation to the various Town 
Departments for their continued help and support throughout the year. The Board 
of Selectmen, and Mrs. Martha Eldridge, Town Administrator, for their help in 
keeping things moving smoothly. Mrs. Kellie Skehan and her Tax Office Staff, Ms. 
Trish Hodge and Mrs. Tracy Cragin for all their hard work collecting revenue for the 
Department and last but not least, the Town Office Staff, and Ms. Natalie Hall, 
Treasurer. 

We especially wish to thank the Public Works/Highway Department without 
whose help the Ossipee Water and Sewer Department would be hard pressed, and 
for their old dump truck which has enabled us to accomplish additional work 
without disrupting their operations. 

Respectfully Submitted 

Randy Lyman, Chairman 

Elliott Harris, Vice Chairman 

June Loud, Clerk 

Douglas Sargent, Superintendent 



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OSSI PEE TRANSFER & RECYCLING FACILITY 
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2010 

2010 was a busy year at the Transfer Station with 30,994 vehicles passing 
through and was also our first full year of operating with our new compactors and 
baler. It has proven to be a much more economical way to process the household 
solid waste as we were able to operate with a $23,000.00 reduction in our budget 
this past year. We were also able to start building the shed over the recycling bins 
to keep the weather out which will allow the Town to receive top dollar for the 
recycled goods. 

The recycling effort has continued to have a positive impact on our town and 
the environment. This past year the Transfer Station was able to sell over 315 tons 
of recycled material. The cost savings alone by not having to pay the tipping fees of 
$48.00/ton equals out to $15,120.00. The total income generated in 2010 from the 
sale of the recyclables and fees is $111,743.18, which is up approximately 
$9,750.00 over 2009. 

Our goal at the Transfer Station is to increase the amount of recycled materials 
each year, which in turn will help reduce taxes for the town and reduce the amount 
of waste going into the landfills. 

I would like to thank Ron Davis and his crew at the Transfer Station for doing 
an outstanding job this past year. 

The employees at the Transfer & Recycling Facility would like to send a big 
"Thank You" to all of the residents for a job well done! 

Sincerely 

Brad Harriman 

Public Works Director 




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OSSIPEE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2010 

The 2010 season was a very busy one for the Highway Department. The crew 
spent many long days and nights during the winter doing an outstanding job 
keeping the roads clear and safe for the community. 

The Highway Department was again very active in making improvements in the 
drainage system by replacing culverts and cleaning ditches in Granite, Ossipee 
Mountain Area, Water Village and the Bays. 

Along with the many hours spent grading and rolling all of the dirt roads, the 
Highway Department also added much needed new gravel to Sawyer Road, Leavitt 
Road, Bay Point Road, Channel Road, Ridge Road and Peq u aw ket Trail Road. 

A major reconstruction of Sawyer Road continued on the Route 1 71 end which 
included the installation of base pavement on Glidden Hill. The paving projects this 
year included the shimming and overlaying on Dorrs Corner Road, Valley Road, 
Annie Nichols Road and Granite Road. 

The design for the new bridge deck for the Chapel Road Bridge was completed, 
but due to how late in the season it was the actual replacement will occur in the 
early summer of 201 1 . 

The Highway Department was instrumental along with Stanley Eldridge and 
Mark Wright in removing and installing the dam gate at Big Dan Hole Pond. The 
new gate is working better than v^e could imagine in regulating the flow thru the 
dam. 

The crew at the Highway Department takes great pride in improving and 
maintaining the roads in the Town of Ossipee and would like to thank all of the 
people for their support. 

Sincerely, 

Brad Harriman 

Public Works Director 



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CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT 

In the year 2010, the Center Ossipee Fire & Rescue Department answered 
295 emergency calls. The calls were broken down as follows: 

Motor vehicle accidents - 35; Mutual Aid Requests - 1 5; Structure Fires - 1 5; 
Service Calls - 1 1; Alarm Activations - 28; Forestry Calls - 15; Hazardous Material 
Calls - 6; Automobile Fires - 3; Technical Rescues - 3; Emergency Medical Calls - 
164 total, broken down as follows: General illness - 24; Seizures - 13; Cardiac 
Arrest - 4; Bleeding Emergencies - 1 1; Overdose - 2; Chest Pain - 14; Fall Victims 
- 10; Lift Assist - 17; Medical Alarms - 8; Unconscious Person - 6; Difficulty 
Breathing - 1 7; Welfare Checks - 1 ; Strokes - 4; Allergic Reactions - 4; Burns - 1 ; 
Assaults - 4; Diabetic - 7; Trauma Injuries - 7; Broken Bones - 5; Other Type 
Injuries - 5. 

The Fire & Rescue Department spent 8,054 hours attending firefighter 
training, medical training and answering emergency calls in 2010. The Fire 
Department Inspection Division spent 2,054 hours completing the following 
inspections during 2010: oil burner inspections - 8; assembly inspections - 76; 
plan reviews - 10; foster care inspections - 4; and, new home occupancy 
inspections - 2. 

The fire chiefs and duty crew spent 2,969 hours completing: Fire Prevention 
programs; department administration; grant program management; fire department 
business meetings and trainings; emergency calls; Ossipee Valley Mutual Aid and 
Emergency Medical Services meetings; department work details; emergency vehicle 
maintenance and repairs; fire truck pump test; NFPA1901 annual aerial 
certification; annual air pack certification; annual cascade system service; annual 
NFPA 1851 firefighter gear testing; general inspection follow up; follow up on 
necessary repairs and maintenance; Knox Box systems and associated installations; 
weekly truck inspection and repairs; pre-planning for emergency responses; and, 
rebuilding of fire pumps on 1 E3 and 1 E5 to stay in compliance with NFPA 1 901 . 

The Fire Department continued to update equipment in 201 by purchasing the 
following items: a new MSA Thermal Imager; new Hurst quick twist lock 
connectors for the extrication tools; six sets of Quaker firefighter turnout gear; six 
sets of Globe firefighter boots; a MSA gas meter; and, a Darley NFPA approved hose 
tester. 

Center Ossipee Fire and Rescue Department's membership in 2010 consisted 
of twenty firefighters and one chaplain. 

The department members' certifications consist of the following: 13 certified 
Level One firefighters; 2 Level Two certified firefighters; 2 Career Level certified 



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firefighters; 13 firefighters certified in hazardous material operations; 1 certified 
hazardous material technician; 4 certified firefighters at Inspector One level; 2 
firefighters certified in Confined Space Rescue Work; 8 certified ladder company 
operators; 4 firefighters certified as Rapid Intervention Rescue; 5 First Responders; 6 
firefighters certified at EMT-Basic level; 2 firefighters certified at EMT- I level; 1 
certified at Paramedic level; 1 certified EMT practical exam evaluator; 2 certified in 
Emergency Response to Terrorist Incidents and Terrorist Bombings; 17 certified in 
dealing with mass casualty Incidents; 17 certified in Firefighter Rehabilitation 
procedures; 20 firefighters certified at IS-00700; 20 certified ICS/Nims; 20 certified 
CPR-AED; 1 certified Rescue Systems One; 1 firefighter certified as a Swift Water 
Technician; and, 7 firefighters licensed at the Commercial Drivers License status. 

The members of the Center Ossipee Fire and Rescue Department are dedicated 
to providing the highest level of life safety and preservation of property. This mission 
shall be accomplished with the utmost respect for those we serve with the 
commitment to strive for the highest achievement goals. We plan and prepare with 
the future needs of our community in mind. We also continue to encourage the 
public to be a positive part of the team that works hard for the precinct. We continue 
to apply for federal grants in an attempt to off-set precinct taxes for those we serve. 
As Chief, once again I would like to thank the command staff and the dedicated 
hardworking department members for always going beyond the call of duty for their 
community. In addition, I wish to recognize and thank the Precinct Fire 
Commissioners' office for their hard work throughout the year. And on behalf of 
myself and the entire department, thank you to the precinct members for your 
continued support of the Center Ossipee Fire & Rescue Department. 

Respectfully, 
Michael D. Brownell - Chief 




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OSSIPEE CORNER FIRE DEPARTMENT 
ANNUAL REPORT -2010 

The Members of the Department responded to 307 Emergency Calls in 2010. 
Currently there are 16 Members and 1 Trainee on the Department. The Members 
not only answered 307 Emergency Calls for the year, but also met for weekly 
Trainings or Meetings and attended various courses to continue their education in 
both Fire and EMS. Some of these courses taken were Basic EMT, Incident 
Command System Courses at several levels, Wildland Fire Fighter One, as well as 
numerous medical continuing education courses. 

DEPARTMENT STATISTICS: 

Total calls: 307 

Total man-hours for calls, trainings and department meetings: 4,561 

Administrative hours (inspections, meetings, department operations): 2,174 

YEARLY CALL TOTALS: 
Structure Fires: 13 Misc. Responses: 14 

Carbon Monoxide Alarms: 3 Chimney Fires: 4 

Vehicle Fires: 2 Motor Vehicle Accidents: 57 

Outside Fires: 1 6 Smoke Investigations: 7 

FHaz-Mat Incidents: 6 Wires/Trees Down: 7 

Alarm Activations: 11 Medical Aids: 151 

Special Services: 3 Station Coverage: 3 

Smoke in Building: 10 

The Department responded Mutual Aid to assist other Departments: 36 
The Department received Mutual Aid from other Departments: 8 

Along with the normal inspections, the construction of the new Nursing hiome 
has taken significant time to review and continue to inspect. The project is going 
well and is one of the largest in this Precinct since I have been Chief. Time will be 
needed to continue to be spent as completion for the project is expected to be late 
spring to early summer of 201 1 . 

Delivery of our new fire engine is expected in late March. This engine will 
replace one that is nineteen years old. I would like to thank the members of the 
truck committee who put in so much time to ensure that this new engine is designed 
to last twenty years. Thank you to all those residents of the Precinct who came out 
and supported the Department by voting for this engine. 

I would also once again like to thank all of the Members of the Ossipee Corner 

Fire Department for their continuous commitment, unselfish acts, and family 

sacrifices that they make, whenever duty calls, to make the Community a safer place 

to live. Thank you to the Precinct Commissioners for your hard work through out 

the year and people of the community for your continued support of the 

Department. 

Respectfully Submitted: 

Adam Riley, Chief 

Ossipee Corner Fire Department 
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FOREST FIREWARDEN'S 
ANNUAL REPORT -2010 

There were approximately 721 permits to burn issued throughout the Town for 
2010. There were over 30 wildland responses in town this year. All were 
fortunately relatively small in size. Causes of the fires ranged from: no permits, 
illegal materials, careless disposal of cigarettes or ashes, lightning, or downed 
power lines. 

The Department lost one of its Deputy Wardens' this year, Roland "Harry" 
Libby. Harry was not only a Deputy Warden for the Town, but he was also a Special 
Deputy for the State and was the Watchman for Green Mountain Fire Tower. He 
took exceptional care of the tower and was an excellent watchman. When Harry 
called in a fire he could not only put the responding fire department in the area, but 
most times in the yard of where the fire was located. Roland was also a member of 
the Ossipee Corner Fire Department for thirty years before retiring as Assistant Chief. 

Law Brochures are available at the Town Hall. Further information on the laws 
can be found through the Department of Resources and Economic Development, 
Division of Forest and Lands at www.nhdfl.org. Please remember that if the ground 
is not completely covered with snow at least within a 100 foot radius around any 
brush pile to be burned, then a fire permit is needed. When in question call and 
ask. If you wish to burn without snow cover, please call the Fire Department in your 
Precinct. The Department numbers are listed below. Please only leave a message 
at one Department. These calls are returned by call fire/rescue personnel that are 
answering emergency calls on a daily basis, so it is recommended to call at least 
one day before the day that you wish to burn so there is adequate time for your call 
to be returned and for someone to issue the permit. 



Ossipee Corner Fire Station 539-2407 
Center Ossipee Fire Station 539-4401 
West Ossipee Fire Station(s) 539-6906 
Forest Fire Warden 539-5290 



Respectfully Submitted: 

Adam Riley 

Forest Fire Warden 



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WEST OSSI PEE FIRE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL REPORT 2010 

West Ossipee Fire Chief Bradley Eldridge 

This year has been a busy one for West Ossipee Fire Department. In addition to the 
226 emergency calls we responded to this year, we have been steadily working on 
several projects and acquiring and putting into service new equipment that voters 
approved at our January 2010 precinct meeting. 

At that meeting, voters agreed to enter into an equipment lease that allowed us 
to purchase much needed equipment. An inspection of all turnout gear revealed 
many pieces needed repair and 15 sets had to be destroyed as they no longer 
provided adequate protection for our members. Our stock of air packs ranged from 
6-16 years old and no longer met current standards. We were able to replace the 
gear, purchase all new air packs, upgrade our Jaws of Life, purchase turnout gear for 
our Explorers, and purchase a new stair chair that allows us to better assist patients 
without risk of injury to the firefighter or patient. 

Work continued at the new Jewell Hill Fire Station with shelving being 
installed, septic system installed, bathroom construction, electrical upgrade to allow 
generator to be put in service should the building be needed as an emergency 
shelter and the new sign installed. Additionally, the grounds have been improved 
with donated irrigation and hydroseeding. We anticipate installing a new flag pole 
at both stations in 201 1 . 

Several improvements were made at our Central Station as well. Landscaping 
work was done, the old oil tank and furnace were removed, the septic system was 
cleaned and repaired, and construction of the new bathroom is in progress. As cold 
weather set in, we were especially grateful that voters approved a new furnace 
which is operating much cleaner and more efficiently than our old one. 

Our members logged a combined 1,199 hours responding to emergency calls 
this year. It was also a very active year for training as our members logged 894 hours 
of training. We were able to send three members to the National Fire Academy and 
three members to Rapid Intervention Training (RIT). Additionally, our EMS members 
train monthly through Ossipee Valley Mutual Aid Association programs and 
Brocktalk - a joint training with Freedom Fire/EMS. 

Again this year we are very proud to be able to offer the Explorer program. Nine 
teens are currently part of this program and are learning the basics of firefighting 
alongside our senior members. We have instituted a new monthly training schedule 
that offers practice to our senior members and teaches a wide variety of skills to our 
Explorers including use of SCBA, live fire training, ropes and knots and proper 
donning of protective equipment. 

Due to the skilled membership that we are proud to have, we have been able 
to increase the in-house routine maintenance on vehicles and small equipment, 
thus realizing cost savings. 



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It is important to recognize the confidence and continued support we receive 
from local, state and federal agencies, Carroll County Sheriffs Department, West 
Ossipee residents and voters and, especially, the families of our members. 
We look forward to continuing our service to the community in 201 1 . 




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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



In December of 2009, the District held its groundbreaking ceremony for Phase I of 
the Kingswood complex project. On November 30, 2010, North Branch Construction, 
Inc. completed the Kingswood Arts Center and the new building was officially opened 
on December 16, 2010. To accommodate Phase II work at the Middle School, the 
Arts Center is being temporarily used for the remainder of the 2010 - 2011 school 
year as instructional classroom space. All middle school pupils are expected to return 
to their newly renovated building in September of 201 1 . The additions and renovation 
to Kingswood Regional High School and the Region 9 Career and Technical Center 
are all under way and should be completed by the end of the summer in 2012, When 
completed, all three secondary schools located on the Kingswood campus will be 
heated and cooled by the geothermal well system. 

As of the writing of this report, the State of New Hampshire has not lifted its ban on 
providing building aid for new school projects. The timing of the Kingswood project 
and the wisdom of the voters in supporting it have preserved millions of dollars in aid 
money for Governor Wentworth. 

Taxpayers were pleasantly surprised when they received their 2010 property tax bills. 
Unexpected revenues as well as reduced and deferred spending helped the District 
significantly lower the local property tax assessment during the difficult economic 
times of 2010. Unexpected federal monies received by the District were used Instead 
of local funds and a delay in borrowing for the Kingswood project reduced fiscal year 
interest payments saving the taxpayers several hundred thousand dollars of interest 
expense. Additionally, we did not use Build America Bonds to finance the project 
and $200,000 of raised and appropriated interest expense was returned to taxpayers. 
All of these factors contributed to a significant drop in each town's local property tax 
assessnr^ent for schools. While that is certainly good news for taxpayers, it does 
create a perception problem for 201 1 . It is unlikely that any of the aforementioned 
circumstances will occur this coming year and like an optical illusion, it will appear 
that 201 1 property tax assessments are taking an unusually high jump. However, 
when compared to 2009. the average annual increase over the past two years is only 
about 3.35%. Given the increase in health insurance premium rates and the 
significant shift of New Hampshire Retirement System contributions from the state to 
local communities as well as the new debt service, the average assessment increase 
is very responsible. 

Last year, the Teachers' Association voted to extend their contract for one year 
without a change in wage scale. While some teachers will receive step increases, 
those at the top of the scale will not receive any increase. Administrators also 
extended their contract for one year without any pay increases. Additionally, every 
administrator gave back one week of pay to the District to help keep expenses down 
for local taxpayers, i am not aware of any other public employee groups in New 
Hampshire that voluntarily made similar offers to help the local economy. 
Consequently, I am very appreciative and proud of these two groups of employees 
and their willingness to make a personal sacrifice for the greater good of the 
community. 



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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 

COUNTY OF CARROLL, TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee in the County of Carroll, State of New 
Hampshire, qualified to vote in Town affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall, 55 Main Street, in Center 
Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on Tuesday, March 8, 201 1 beginning at ten 
o'clock in the forenoon (10:00 a.m.) of said day to act on the following Articles 1 
through 3, the polls to remain open until seven o'clock in the evening (7:00 p.m.) 

Article #1 To elect all necessary Town Officers for the ensuing year as follows: to 
choose one (1 ) Selectman for a term of three (3) years; one (1 ) Trustee of Trust Funds 
for a term of three (3) years; one (1) Cemetery Trustee for a term of three (3) years; 
two (2) Library Trustees for a term of three (3) years; two (2) Budget Committee 
members for a term of three (3) years; one Budget Committee member for a term of 
one (1) year; two (2) Planning Board members for a term of three (3) years; one (1) 
Water and Sewer Commissioner for a term of three (3) years; two (2) Zoning Board 
of Adjustment members for a term of three (3) years; one (1) Zoning Board of 
Adjustment member for a term of one (1 ) year. 

Article #2 Are you in favor of the adoption of the amendment to the Ossipee 
Zoning Ordnance as proposed by the Planning Board? The amendment proposes 
numerous changes and updates to Article XX entitled "Water Resource Protection 
Districts" which are designated to help prevent contamination of both current and 
future ground and surface water resources capable of providing water to the Town 
oi" Ossipee. (Majority vote required) 

Article #3 (By Petition) "We the undersigned as registered voters of the town of 
Ossipee do here by request that the Selectmen of Ossipee to present to the voters of 
the town at March 201 1 town meeting the following zoning change: Change the 
classification of Map 68, Lot 02 from Rural District to Roadside Commercial 
District. The property is being taxed at Commercial rate now." (Recommended by 
Planning Board) (Majority vote required) 

You are notified to meet at the Town Hall, 55 Main Street, in Center Ossipee, In 
f said Town of Ossipee on the second Wednesday, March 09, 201 1 at 6:30 o'clock 



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ACCOUNT NAME 


2011 Selectmen 


2011 Budget Comm. 


2010 Budget 


Conservation Agent 


$300.00 


$300.00 


$300.00 


Selectmen's Salary 


$16,260.00 


$16,260.00 


$15,200.00 


Town Clerk/Tax Collector 


$227,565.00 


$227,565.00 


$229,583.00 


Elections 


$3,835.00 


$3,835.00 


$6,506.00 


Registration 


$8,009.00 


$8,009.00 


$8,941.00 


Treasurer 


$9,500.00 


$9,500.00 


$8,774.00 


Selectmen's Office 


$418,573.00 


$418,573.00 


$393,944.00 


Economic Development 


$550.00 


$550.00 


$550.00 


Ossipee Lake Dam Authority 


$8,728.00 


$8,728.00 


$7,454.00 


Legal 


$30,000.00 


$30,000.00 


$35,000.00 


Planning Board 


$11,152.00 


$11,152.00 


$15,423.00 


ZBA 


$3,728.00 


$3,728.00 


$3,828.00 


Government Buildings 


$183,470.00 


$183,470.00 


$146,980.00 


Trustee of Trust Funds 


$5,112.00 


$5,112.00 


$5,978.00 


Cemeteries 


$22,364.00 


$22,364.00 


$25,864.00 


Insurance 


$119,890.00 


$119,890.00 


$115,823.00 


Police Department 


$832,372.00 


$832,372.00 


$801,407.00 


Police Special Duty 


$25,000.00 


$25,000.00 


$25,000.00 


Dog Officer 


$12,560.00 


$12,560.00 


$12,351.00 


Fire Warden 


$20,400.00 


$20,400.00 


$20,400.00 


Zoning Officer 


$77,938.00 


$77,938.00 


$75,681.00 


Highway 


$1,102,043.00 


$1,102,043.00 


$1,092,853.00 


Public Works Director 


$95,749.00 


$95,749.00 


$92,461.00 


Incinerator 


$404,913.00 


$404,913.00 


$439,398.00 


Outside Agencies 








OCC 


$18,000.00 


$18,000.00 


$18,000.00 


Wolfeboro VNA 


$13,992.00 


$13,992.00 


$15,612.00 


Northern Human Services 


$4,425.00 


$4,425.00 


$4,425.00 


CAP 


$12,000.00 


$12,000.00 


$12,000.00 


White Mountain Comm Health 


$4,413.00 


$4,413.00 


$4,304.00 


Ossipee Children's Fund 


$17,500.00 


$17,500.00 


$17,500.00 


Starting Point 


$2,806.00 


$2,806.00 


$2,644.00 


School's Out Program 


$2,500.00 


$2,500.00 


$2,500.00 


Ossipee Preschool 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,500.00 


Appalachian Mtn Teen Project 


$1,200.00 


$1,200.00 


$1,200.00 


Agape Food Pantry 


$7,000.00 


$7,000.00 


$7,000.00 


Medication Bridge 


$1,675.00 


$1,675.00 


$981 .00 


Ossipee Historical Society 


$4,000.00 


$4,000.00 


$4,000.00 


Carroll County Transit 


$3,000.00 


$3,000.00 


$3,000.00 


Life Bridge - Mentoring 


$5,000.00 


$5,000.00 


$5,000.00 


OCC Day Care 


$5,000.00 


$5,000.00 


$2,000.00 


Kingswood Youth Group 




$3,000.00 




Main Street 


$9,500.00 


$9,500.00 


$6,500.00 


Ambulance 


$184,608.00 


$184,608.00 


$206,390.00 


Emergency Management 


$21,800.00 


$21,800.00 


$0.00 



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General Assistance 


$40,434.00 


$40,434.00 


$45,434.00 


Recreation 


$157,574.00 


$157,574.00 


$200,205.00 


Library 


$204,862.00 


$204,862.00 


$202,543.00 


Patriotic Purposes 


$1,600.00 


$1,600.00 


$1,672.00 


Conservation Commission 


$6,277.00 


$6,277.00 


$6,277.00 


Long Term Debt-Principle 


$61,818.00 


$61,818.00 


$93,037.00 


Long Term Debt-Interest 


$4,474.00 


$4,474.00 


$12,488.00 


Interest on Line of Credit 


$7,000.00 


$7,000.00 


$5,000.00 


Water 


$214,433.00 


$214,433.00 


$214,415.00 


Sewer 


$191,883.00 


$191,883.00 


$152,916.00 


TOTAL 


$4,850,285.00 


$4,853,285.00 


$4,828,242.00 



in the evening (6:30 p.m.) to act on the following Articles: 

Article #4 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the budget 
committee recommended sum of four million eight hundred fifty three thousand 
two hundred eighty five dollars ($4,853,285.00) for general municipal operation. 
(Recommended by th^e Budget Committee) (Recommended by the Board of 
Selectmen) (Majority vote required) 

Article #5 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
hundred fifty thousand dollars ($350,000.00) for the repair and improvement of 
Town Roads. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #6 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
thousand dollars ($30,000.00) to be added to the Highway Department's Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #7 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) to be added to the Highway Department's Building 
Capital Reserve Fund previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #8 To see if the Town will vote to approve the establishment of an 
expendable trust fund under the provisions of RSA 31:19-a, to be known as the 
Bridge Replacement and/or Repair Fund for the purpose of future bridge 
replacement and repairs and vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
thousand dollars ($30,000.00) to be added to this fund, and to appoint the Board of 
Selectmen as agents to expend. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended 
by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 



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Article #9 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of one 
hundred seventy five thousand dollars ($175,000.00) for the purchase of a new 
Town Truck. This sum to come from the town's unreserved fund balance (surplus). 
No amount to be raised from taxation, (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #10 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of twenty 
thousand dollars ($20,000.00) for equipment, repairs, and improvements to the 
Town Recreation Department and/or facilities. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #1 1 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
two thousand dollars ($32,000.00) to funding teen programming, said sum to be 
offset from an anticipated grant from the State of New Hampshire Department of 
Health and Human Services-Division of Children, Youth & Families Incentive Fund. 
If the grant is not received, no money will be raised through taxation for this 
purpose. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 
6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #12 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty- 
three thousand two hundred seventy dollars ($63,270.00) for the purpose of paying 
the Ossipee Water System's bond payment for (1) year. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #13 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty 
thousand dollars ($40,000.00) to be added to the One Moultonville Road Property 
Expendable Trust Fund previously established for the purpose of improvements to 
the land and building located at One Moultonville Road. (Recommended by 
Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #14 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty 
five thousand dollars ($35,000.00) to be added to the Capital Reserve Account 
previously established for the purpose of a complete revaluation of the Town in the 
year 2014. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #1 5 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of sixty one 
thousand six hundred dollars ($61,600.00) to purchase a police cruiser and 
equipment. This sum to come from the town's unreserved fund balance (surplus). No 



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amount to be raised from taxation. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #16 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of ten 
thousand dollars ($10,000.00) to be added to the Benefit Pay Capital Reserve 
Account previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended 
by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #17 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eight 
thousand dollars ($8,000.00) to be placed in the expendable trust fund (Species 
Control Fund) created in 2004 for the purpose of preventing and treating milfoil in 
Ossipee Lake. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget 
Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #18 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of three 
thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500.00) to be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund 
previously established (for the purpose of purchasing fire apparatus for the Forest 
Fire Warden's Department), and to appoint the Board of Selectmen as agents to 
expend. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 
6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #19 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of forty 
thousand dollars ($40,000.00) for the purpose of making improvements to town 
buildings (i.e., storage room at Town Hall, carpeting, flooring and bathrooms for 
Police Station and the Highway Garage. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #20 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of eleven 
thousand dollars ($11,000.00) for upgrading of the computer systems throughout 
the town departments. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by 
Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #21 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of four 
hundred dollars ($400.00) to be added to the Town Clerk/Tax Collector's Computer 
Expendable Trust Fund previously established. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 



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Article #22 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of five 
thousand dollars ($5,000.00) for the purpose of mailing a questionnaire to 



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taxpayers in reference to proceeding with the merging of the fire departments. 
(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Article #23 To see if the Town will vote to approve the cost item included in the 
collective bargaining agreement reached between the town and AFSCME Local 
#534 which calls for the following increases in salaries and benefits at the current 
staffing level: 

Fiscal Year Estimated Increase 

2011 $32,013.00 

2012 $32,973.00 

2013 $33,962.00 

and further to raise and appropriate the sum of thirty two thousand thirteen dollars 
($32,013.00) for the current fiscal year, such sum representing the additional costs 
attributable to the increase in salaries and benefits required by the new agreement 
over those that would be paid at current staffing levels in accordance with the most 
recent collective bargaining agreement. 

(Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) 
(Majority vote required) 

Article #24 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of four 
thousand seven hundred dollars ($4,700.00) for the purpose of purchasing seven 
protective vests for the Police Department. (Recommended by Selectmen 3-0) 
(Recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #25 (Submitted by Petition) To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the 
sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for the purpose of assisting in the support 
of Caregivers of Southern Carroll County & Vicinity, Inc., an organization which 
provides transportation for citizens of Ossipee and other communities. There is no 
cost to the clients for this service. (Not recommended by Selectmen 3-0) (Not 
recommended by Budget Committee 6-0) (Majority vote required) 

Article #26 To hear reports of agents, auditors, committees, or officers thereof. 

TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

By its Board of Selectmen 

hiarry C. Merrow 
E. Morton Leavitt 
Kathleen M. Maloney 



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PHONE LISTINGS 

Ambulance/Fire/Rescue 911 

CAP (Community Action Program) 323-7400 

Courts 

Ossipee District Court 539-4561 

Probate Court 539-4123 

Superior Court 539-2201 

Emergency Management Operations Center 539-4401 

Fire Permits 

Ctr. Ossipee Station 539-4401 

Deputy Warden Cullen 539-6900 

Ossipee Corner Station 539-2407 

Warden Riley 539-2407 

West Ossipee Station 539-6906 

Chief Eldridge 539-5636 

No permit needed when there is a complete snow covered ground.... 
But you MUST call 539-2262 to give time and day of burn. 

OCC (Ossipee Concerned Citizens) 539-685 1 

Senior Meals Program 539-685 1 

WIC Program 539-6821 

Child Care/Preschool 539-6772 

Police Department 

Ossipee 539-2011 

Sheriffs Department 539-2284 

Tamworth Troop E Registry 271-2371 

Schools 

Superintendent of Schools 569-1658 

Ossipee Elementary 539-4589 

Effi ngham Elementary 539-6032 

Kingswood Middle School 569-3689 

Kingswood High School 569-2055 

Regional #9 Vocational School 569-4361 



ASSESSING & SELECTMEN'S OFFICE HOURS 

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 

(603)539-4181 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

(603)539-8417 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

2ND Wednesday - 7:00 PM (603) 539-4181 

DOG WARDEN 

Wendy Clough (603)539-2284 

OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

(603)539-2011 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

Bi-Monthly Meetings - 4^*" Tuesday (as needed) 

(603)539-4181 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 

May thru October 

(603)539-1002 

Lori Lenart, President 

INCINERATOR 

Sun. 8:00 AM- 1:00 PM 

Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 

CLOSED TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 

(Permit $10 for 2 years - Selectmen's Office) (603) 539-4121 

LIBRARY 

Monday & Thursday 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM 

Tuesday & Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Saturday 9:00 AM - 1 :00 PM 

Closed Sunday & Wednesday 

(603) 539-6390 

PLANNING BOARD 

First and Third Tuesdays 

Work sessions as needed on 4*^ Tuesday 7:00 PM 

(603)539-4181 

RECREATION DEPARTMENT HOURS 

As needed -Answering Machine: (603) 539-1307 

www.ossipeerec.org 

TOWN CLERK/TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE HOURS 

Mon. - Fri. 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (603) 539-2008 

WATER/SEWER DEPARTMENT 

Regular Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM 

Spring, Summer & Fall 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM 

(603)539-7150 

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

2^0 Tuesday 7:00 PM (603) 539-4181 

ZONING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER 

David A. Senecal 

Mon. - Fri. 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 

(603)539-4181 

Town of Ossipee website to many departments: www.ossipee.org